I would have much rather been getting some more of the plants in that need to go in, but I live in a house with two teenage sons and a hubby who wouldn't appreciate it too much if I just lived in the garden!!!!
So this is the view I ended up with
This is where we like to sit for breakfast as it gets the sun first thing in the morning, it is also nice to sit here later in the day if you want some shade as the back of the house gets very hot (when the sun does shine !)
There is a gate in the arch way but I leave it open to remind me I have the water on the tomatoes, I use a drip irrigation from the water butt, I will close the gate before going to work as we have foxes and then will also turn the water off.
This is standing at the gate and what I call the working area !!!!
This is standing past the shed in the last picture and next to the main log store, they are strawberries to the right, beans and peas to the left along with all the salad crops,squashes, onions,shallots,artichokes. We have stopped picking the asparagus now which is in the end of the bed to the left. The same with the rhubarb you can see in the right hand bed, there are raspberry canes past the rhubarb.
In the soil at the end of the raised beds there are potatoes to the left and blackcurrant ad gooseberries to the right.
These are the tomatoes in the one greenhouse enjoying there drip irrigation. There are 18 plants in all and most have tomatoes on. the other greenhouse has cucumbers, melons,peppers,chillies,aubergines and seedlings for later sowings.
I also had time to collect all of my tea for tonight from the garden
Salad leaves,courgette,spring onions,beetroot,carrot,broad beans and egg, along with some lovely strawberries
I hope you have enjoyed the tour of my back garden