Today was pretty dreich and the ground wasn't really fit to do much with so I held off from starting on the fruit bed. So, as I had to leave at lunchtime to take over duties looking after my 3 year old daughter who isn't at all well, it seemed to make more sense to do some of the smaller jobs that needed to be done.
Dragged all the old fencewire and netting from the bottom of the garden up to the top to await the trailer to cart it all away.
Dug out and exposed the old greenhouse foundations that were running across the middle of the new greenhouse floor space so that they can be smashed out next week (note to self - remember sledgehammer!) and finished weeding the far end of the lower herbaceous border.
Watered the seed trays and pots that required it in the potting shed. As yet, only the Winter Density lettuce, sown on March 16th, has germinated, so turned the pot to straighten the seedlings as they were leaning towards the light.
The daffodils in the herbaceous borders are beginning to flower in numbers now and everything seems to be recovered from the sorry state that this winter's weather left it in - pretty much everything in the borders is greening up and budding, so hopefully we won't get any more really hard frosts.
That's it til next week folks.