Well most of the heavy work that I can't do is done and very nice it looks too.
I was really surprised how much soil we had, once we dug over the old chicken patch and the new bed it had obviously compacted alot.
I thought we may need a delivery of topsoil, but I reckon we can get away with a few bags of farm manure!
I am going to put the arches up between these two new beds and grow my climbing french beans and my heritage peas. At the back of the right hand bed I will put my strawberry plants, and I will put sweetcorn where I was going to put the strawberries!
Don't you just love ferns when they grow in the spring, how they unfurl so elegantly!
My 'Tetrapanax Papyrifera Rex' has burst into life.
The Gunnera has outgrown is fleece cover, I hope we don't have a frost!
My yellow tulip is the most beautiful in the garden....
don't you think? I love the hint of green and the streak of red!
As for my cat Tango, he is just such a baby!!!!
He came in soaking wet so the girls decided to dry him with a towel and as you can see, he loved it!!