|Shallow planter with chard and dwarf kale|
|Radishes and beets, with nasturtium on the front edge|
To the right are radishes and beets inter-planted. Now it looks like a mess, but hopefully all were planted enough distance from each other, so the harvesting of radishes will leave the smaller beet seedlings undisturbed. Towards the back (unseen), many of the beets are still tiny seedlings with no or only one small true leaves showing. Those in the front are getting more sunlight so more mature. Below, we can see one of these mature beet seedlings that has several true leaves. These may be the chioggia, which usually have a lighter green leaf and red stem.
|Arugula (below) and turnips (top left)|