I bought some daffodil bulbs way late in the season from a sales table, and planted them anyway - they've flowered nicely. Looking forward to expanding daffodil numbers in years to come!
The parsley on the other side has grown large and lush over winter - I keep pulling out handfuls just to give the other plants a bit more room!
I like having these pallets of salad greens just inside the gate, so I can easily snip a bowl full of greens for lunch time salads.
I've popped in some Roman Chamomile on top of the weedmatting I laid under the bricks and over the edge of the lawn, which will soon be covered in cardboard and mulched - so that the chamomile can spread a bit and smell nice when walked on.
I also painted the iron fence you can see at the back of this photo - it was an ugly collection of mixed colours. I rummaged in the paint shed at the local dump, and found two cans of paint - a yellow, and a brown fence stain, and mixed them together to give me this neutral colour. I've started creating trellises for peas and beans against the fence, from old branches and string. As you can see, I'm slowly mulching all paths between beds with woodchip over cardboard.
I put new sides on the blueberry bed, and raised the soil level a bit with compost, then transplanted most of the strawberries from their original bed here. I've put frames up over the ends and middle of the bed which will later have crosspieces added to the top, and be covered with bird netting. They're a lot higher than needed just for strawberries, to allow for the fact the blueberries will get very tall in time. I've left room down the middle for borage plants, a great companion for strawberries with lovely, edible blue flowers.
I used the bottom off a blue plastic drum to plant catgrass, a grass that is preferred by cats, dogs, chickens and rabbits. We'll trim it every now and then and feed to the rabbit.