Just today @sagescrub [made a post](https://steemit.com/gardening/@sagescrub/transplanting-squash-melons-and-gourds-in-my-lazy-no-dig-no-till-no-weeding-garden-beds ) about transplanting squash I also want to share my garden updates. Despite the fact that last week was rainy, I did most of the work in the garden and some of my efforts had already begun to produce results. The first zucchini appeared. ![1.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmV69hggwbCiHv6PUwBfrKadbCq5YiayQU54Zqhu89AWUK/1.jpg) The first potato appeared. ![2.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmexu2WzoRsDsdSPjVKmRBHbMDRM5SyZXmuCr5hmvCG2A9/2.jpg) I also planted a bunch of carrots (my children and the dog love it very much), so we have 3 beds under the carrots and a small field ![3.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmRR3EWSU9YMzVViAHdZi5U2etYV25TuPHGYnLPUAYFvH3/3.jpg) Sowed dill, transplanted several strawberry bushes ![4.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmXpze4s2pG6FUaXmHuDBC927RLxDvLXJXndRjNXofNJeo/4.jpg) Made the so-called lazy beds for potatoes - just covered old germinated potatoes with compost and freshly cut grass ![5.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmaZuWGfVBS2FmrKGz1JgwBh2N8J5wSsiuyuNiudXqZcg1/5.jpg) And my wife at that time finished her work in the greenhouse - completely planted tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers. ![6.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmYqjdYoRLL95EgHqnZQDHQE3MHYvZr88J9xrZv3AHHQVU/6.jpg) There is still a lot of work ahead so will keep you updated.