The sheet compost has been pulled back from the paths onto the beds. To many eyes it may appear we use paths that are too wide; very likely, but to us it's a way of spreading compost over a wider area and then concentrating it for the crops.
Looks like this in summer:
Meanwhile the ducks and hens are going gangbusters.
If you go out to lunch with me in the next week or two, you are doomed to take home a dozen eggs, as we have no customers at present and the pileup is on.
Collards, kale, spinach, peas, broadbeans, beets, lettuce, cauliflower, broccoli, bok choi, cabbages, onions, parsley. So far.
Add a little sunshine. Things to do on a "warm" February day. It's about 50F on the outside thermometer, 60F on the one inside the potting shed.