Late this afternoon I finally divided two large chive clumps, and moved them to one end of one of the vegetable garden beds. I've been wanting to do this for a long time, and it feels good to have finally made this simple task a priority. I removed all of the Florida betony and dollar weed tangled in the chives - it wasn't much, but not much becomes an insane amount in no time. While in the garden I noticed two Eastern black swallowtail caterpillars on a bronze fennel seedling - I have one large bronze fennel, but I think I'll relocate the seedlings to my perennial border (the elephant garlic is already in there). I manually removed small caterpillars that were all over my broccoli - I haven't been paying enough attention, and now their leaves look like lace - I'm not sure that they will recover. That said, the tuscan kale and swiss chard and brussels sprouts and lettuces all look good. I spread more straw in the asparagus bed - a few layers of straw and compost for a neglected bed of asparagus that I'm sure will forgive me. Finally, another satsuma from my little tree harvested - and enjoyed while sitting in my garden. I wasn't out there long, but it sure felt good.