I had a few small sketches of parts of the garden on scrap paper, but hadn't really written it down. I decided with such a large garden I ought to write it down. It will help in future years to try to keep crops rotated. There is no way I can remember where I've put things in the past. So I got some large graph paper and wrote it all down.
It has things like all my rotations often written right above. In bed 3 above I was going to make it a solanum bed, but I decided to be more careful with my solanum issue. Now I just have one tomato and two peppers.
I'm still debating in bed 5 if the broccoli should be near the fence (bad fall sun) or the carrots should be there. I want my fall carrots. I have loved having my own this year. If I plant them near the fence then they will have to go in really early to have time to grow. There is no sun there in the fall.
My circle garden is getting the sweet potatoes. I figured they would have the best spot in the garden for them for the first year growing. I'm sure this is way too much space for them, but I'm going to plant that many any way. The east bed has a lot of rotations going on. I'm planting quick growing Asian greens in the spring. In June the sweet potatoes go in. Then in the fall I'm going to try to get a stand of spinach up to over winter. The west bed currently has Kale growing in it. Then it will transition to sweet potatoes in the summer and spinach in the fall. I hope it works.
Then I redid how many transplants I have to grow based on the new plan. I think I'm going to just try to grow the smaller Asian greens from seed like I do in the fall. It will require a lot less work on my part.