Okay so here it is, the garden in it's early stages.
There is a row of Marigolds on either side that are shortly to be dug up to plant my remaining Broccoli and Brussel Sprouts - note for future - do not plant Marigolds first, they take up valuable real estate!
Make sure you have enough tomato planters. I doubled up on one planter and still have three seedlings to put into the ground. I'm also informed by Husby that I put them in upside down, his way makes much more sense. We'll turn them in a few weeks when they need them more.
Make shift baby gate - like the chickens I give thanks to my Dad for breaking so many baby gates, they are very useful. Husby is working on an actual gate. Here you see three different kinds of lettice, Celery and Cucumber plants.
Here we have Cauliflower (which failed miserably last year) and zucchini way at the back. I must admit I really enjoyed the mound method of planting.
Harkening back to the allotment days with my Grandad and Great Uncle I stole some old planks from Husby to walk on/
And that's my garden. These pictures are a week old, we have seen a little growth and a little death. The tomato plants have flower, the cauliflowers are dying. The Marigolds are still in, the sprouts and broccoli remain on the front stoop dying and waiting to be planted!