Chris's old wheelbarrow (about 10 years old) now a home to some spinach.
Leah's old wellies. It's weird, I've always found it hard to part with the kid's wellies, this is my way of hanging on to them and I get to grow some wild flowers in them (I hope).
My precious seedlings (sungold and moneymaker toms, aubergine, banana peppers and jalepenos), currently residing in my kitchen by the back door. The weather has been so amazing that I've been popping them out in the sun during the day, they are thriving.
Water is my worry. At the beginning of the month I ordered a second water butt and just missed the last rainfall so never got the chance to fill it. My old water butt is now almost drained and we are days away from the deadline for the hosepipe ban on April 4th. Gave everything a good watering with grey water for the first time today. I'm on a steep learning curve but just so excited about the gardeen and all the good things we will hopefully be eating through the summer. Leah was jumping around on one of the empty raised beds (her favourite pastime at the moment, followed by digging over the squashed down soil) tonight and we were joking about how I plan to send them out to graze in the garden saving me having to prepare dinner. I love my garden!