I cut back more of the pigeon pea side shoots allowing all this lovely sunshine onto the vegetables seedlings that survived the rainy onslaught. I wove those shoots in and out of the uprights creating a sort of rustic cucumber trellis. The helconia branches I kept for plant supports have rotted, so that idea has been shelved. Oh well, you live and learn.
I planted some more lettuce seeds, more beets and silverbeet. those are the seeds that came up and drowned. The bok choy, radish, cucumber and gemsquash have done ok. I also transplanted some tomato seedlings into the ground, planting them deeply so that they can form a good network of roots. They are in the framework behind the row of cucumbers.