Having moved the pile back a couple of feet, I went on to the plot and planted the rest of my onion and garlic. One row of 15 clumps of Sturon onion sets should give me the small to medium size onions my wife prefers. The next row is 15 single Sturon onion sets for large storing onions. The last row is 15 garlic plants from my crop last year, trying to get garlic that suits our soil. I plant 15 in each row because that is the number of modules in a tray and it stops me planting them too close together. I have a fancy way of spacing them out that would take too long to describe here.
The finished rows of onion plants after hoeing between the rows to erase the footprints. I won't be needing any more onions, 9 rows of shallots, garlic and onions is more than enough
My thanks to Irene (plot 3) and Mike ( plot 83) for giving me a hand with the raking. At least now cars can get past without spreading the woodchip all over the place.