Here is what's going on here in Southeastern Wisconsin.
This is my area. I spent a fair amount in late 2016 increasing the size of the plot, redoing the fence, removing stuff etc. So it is quite a nice area now. I plan on only doing 30" beds this year to try to make it a bit more orderly.
I planted my Garlic on October 15, 2016. 6" spacing between all plants. 30" bed ~22' long.
- Chesnok Red
And some of the larger Garlic plants so far...
Then here are my onions that I started on February 12. This picture was taken on March 14. Two varieties - New York Early and Expression.
And on October 22, 2016 I reordered my strawberry plants. I don't recall what type I have, it is a variety. The bed is roughly 35' long (this is the bed with all of the hay in the first picture). I think I did a spacing of 12" x 18". So I hope by June/July to have a lot of strawberries. We'll see. Most appear to have survived. Some died. I just uncovered them today. I believe the few that died were not sufficiently covered. We did get a few very cold nights throughout the unusually warm winter.
Plant with new growth...
Finally, I planted 6 varieties of Peppers last week on the March 15. I planted El Jefe (Jalapeno), Glow (sweet orange), Wisconsin Lakes (Sweet), Purple Bell, Tiburon (Poblano) and Sweet Chocolate. I also plan on starting Corn, Cabbage, Broccoli, Lettuce, Spinach and Tomatoes. I will plant more raspberries in addition to my heritage raspberry bushes, which have yet to come up.