Got another three sacks of that organic, peat-free compost that I like (and it's great that it's 3 big sacks for £12), and I've planted up the second bed. This one's the allium bed. I've planted, from the left:
Leeks (Musselburgh), Onions (Ailsa Craig), Garlic (buggered if I know).
The allium bed is shallower than the potato bed for now as I had to top up the potato bed with half a sack of compost because somebody has been digging up my spuds. And my lawn. Somebody who's going the right way towards being a furry hat with earflaps.
The lawn's greened up a treat; but in a week or two I'm gonna feel the need, the need for a reseed.
Now George likes to climb into the Strawbrary via a rip he's made in the netting at the back, so that he can get as close as possible to the cat that lives a few doors Eastward and over the back before barking furiously. This is a behaviour we've tried to discourage in various ways, of course, but still he rips the netting as fast as I can fix it. So today I've planted a big blackcurrant plant in that corner, and I'll be putting a trellis over it just as soon as the stain has dried. That'll go some way toward excluding George and keeping my strawberries from being trampled any further.
Lastly then, because I did indeed promise cuteness: