This should be a good one. Way to go with thinking ahead and doing the worm bins.
Good call on the blood/bone meal near plants. I love guanos and EWC for outdoor, but always have stayed away from blood and bone meal outdoors.
That looks like a nice rich soil mix. That combined with all the natural goodies in the native soil should do wonders.
Any ideas what you'll be mulching with?
Don't forget about slug barriers. Not sure if you deal with them or not. When putting a lot of faith in a few plants, consider using both copper tape loosely around the stems, the taller the better, and a lime barrier around the plants if visibility is not an issue early on. I have found a 4-6" ring of dolomite lime powder will deter any slugs from getting to your plants and doesn't disappear with rain or poison anything like slug bait.
It can be nice to build in supports if planning for large plants, especially for that haze cross. the wire fencing with 6" gaps is great for training and supporting larger plants. Another option is bamboo trellising and/or netting.
There's a thread on here 'growing large plants outdoors'. Tom Hill is in on the discussion and there are some great tips.