These flowers had been in a flower bed for a while. Due to some work on our home, I had to transplant them to my garden boxes and then move them back to the original flower bed. I hope they do well, as the flower bed was quite compacted and missing a lot of the soil that had been there before the work was done. I did add quite a bit of compost when I moved them back, so I hope that helps.
Middle boxes – red and yellow bell peppers (just planted), lettuce, kale, thyme, and multiplying onions
Bottom row – basil, rosemary, and strawberries
The top left is a cherry tomato plant, the top right is a patio one, and the bottom two tomato plants are bush tomato plants. The Square Foot Gardening Book by Mel Bartholomew says to put four bush plants in a square together, and as the patio and cherry tomato plants say that they are great for containers, I thought that I would put all four in the square and see what happens.