First, a small garden update from that which is planted.
Onions, Sweet Potatoes, and Basil:
Mint, Rosemary, and sprouting Garlic (all around the center olla, not visible yet):
Tomatoes! Let us see if they hold on:
Tomatoes, peppers, potatoes and sweet potatoes:
As mentioned in a comment to Leigh, some of my ollas are emptying faster than the others due to ill fitting stoppers. My solution? Tacky glue them in. We will see how this hold up:
Really just a picture of where I planted. What you cannot see are the beans, carrots, black eyed peas, and corn that went in around the ollas. I will be interested to see how they all do:
Finally, I thought I would give a shout out to my Egyptian Walking Onions. If you let them grow long enough, they will form these small heads which you can plant:
Voila! New onion coming up!
I think the next level of managing ollas would be to number them by their top plates and then track how the water usage goes. I suspect I have a few more that will need to be sealed.