Here's the plot
I know it's just a patch of soil but... there's the rhubarb forcing in that dalek. In the foreground there are jerusalem artichokes - my first planting of this year, to the left the new "pigpen" is in place (no, not really for pigs, for brassica protection from the flying pigs). The manure's been dug in and the limes been scattered. Hell, I've even moved the paving slabs to the rough location of the path! OK, the current brassica patch looks like a scene out of Silence of the Lambs (or was that fava beans?) but that'll be taken care of when the spuds go in.
and here's the new nursery:
It's up, it's anchored down and the Max-Min thermometer has been installed. Just need the temperature to go up a bit. But I'm ready and will start off the indoor sowing this week. Let battle commence!
This week's song: Life's Been Good To Me So Far ~ Joe Walsh
Money spent: £11 (Soil thermometer + Jerusalem Artichokes)
Time spent : 2 hrs
(I can see I maybe need a separate total for "time spent at home" now - "Time spent" is restricted to plot visits. Not sure if I can be bothered with such detail - home is no effort)