Last night I planted 26 bare root strawberry plants. That was 22 hours ago and almost all of them already have fresh growth on them! That is what I love about bare root plants, they are cheap and they generally take off right away. I planted some in the new fruit beds and some in the larger garden, where the stepping stones now made planting in the middle possible. I'm not sure how harvesting will go, though, it is pretty hard to stand on those stones and bend down and keep your balance at the same time. I figured that out last night as I was planting the strawberries! It was quite an effort.
UPDATE: It wasn't a Roma tomato plant, after all, it was one of the heirloom plants! I'm extra upset about that because I was already wishing I had bought more and they are much harder to come by than the Romas.
The holly bush, azaleas and daisies on the side of the house. These are just on the other side of the fence from the new fruit beds.