With the early-spring plantings moved into their beds, enough soil was freed up to reorganize a lot of the herb planters.

There's a lot going on in this photo. I'll try and hit the important points.

The pallet on the left has beans, strawberries, zucchini, curry, and mints. The pallet on the right has beans, strawberries, cilantro, tomatoes, peppers.

In front of the left pallet is stuff still to be transplanted or grown out a bit more: tomatoes, basil, thyme, lemon balm, raspberry, blackberry, echinacea.

In front of the right pallet and to the left of the left pallet are seven planters that have composting built in - a smaller plastic planter is set inside, and a matching one is set inside that. Compost goes in the bottom plastic planter.

The planters all contain strawberries and beans (are you noticing a pattern?), and between them there's one or more sage, tarragon, salad burnet, stevia, catnip, comfrey, fennel, curry, mints, thyme, and dill.

Hello @makhasa which plant do you mean with "curry", I fought curry was a mixture of spices... @plants

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