It's been a very busy weekend here trying to do so many things around the house, new garden and old garden at the same time. It's usually very hard for us to find time during the week to actually get anything done as we're both working full time and have very long commute so by the time we get home it's usually around 6pm and very little time left of daylight. But not this weekend. Now that my hubby is feeling better he was able to spend most of the time building fencing around my garden and shoveling more dirt. As you can see he finished two sides of it - back and the left side, and hopefully can keep plucking at it during the week. I really hope that it can be close to finish by the weekend so I can plant cold-season plants and protect them from deer (more on the deer issue later this week). You can see a large bale of peat moss (2nd for that bed) and 5 bags of manure on the last bed - they are still waiting for me to spread them in beds. On Friday I will try to get more compost that has to be added to all beds. Oy.
On another note, I did my first harvest of the year - all those beautiful greens that were ready to be picked in the cold-frame. From left to right I have - Sorrel, salad, arugula and parsley. So nice to be able to have fresh greens again from the garden! While our hydroponic is good it's just not the same as when you get to pluck it from the ground :)