Im the first to admit that it doesnt really look very impressive, thats because it isnt very impressive, but Im quite pleased with it as I pretty much managed to build it for no financial cost (just blood, sweat and tears....and some more sweat). Due to the fact that a child with a screwdriver could take it apart in about 30 seconds I wont be able to leave anything in it of any value at all but Im not too bothered about that as its just going to be there until I can buy and install a proper shed.
I also managed to get small crop of tomatoes planted out into the middle of the three beds that I have installed so far and then I built and fitted a polythene cold frame to it.
Finally, I stole my Dad's old "dibber" and planted several rows of very small leek plants. Im not totally confident that these are going to do very well as they are a bit small to be going in the ground this late in the year and time was against me so I didnt really get enough of a chance to rake over the soil and pull out all the old weed roots. I will keep a close eye on these though and hopefully something will come from them. You can also see in the picture above that I now have a hose pipe available to me, quite pleased with that as even watering one bed every day with a watering can was beginning to be rather tedious.
And here is another panorma shot of how it is looking after this weekend's work: