|All hands (or teeth) helping to weed|
After a couple of hours grafting I have to say, the bed really took shape and you could see vestiges of the bed returning it to its former glory.
Even with all the weeding done, there is plenty more to do. The back of the bed wasn't as thorough weeded as the front, so I'll have to make time for this again over coming weeks. Spreading some spent compost from some containers, gave a nice finishing effect. Now, there are a number if gaps in the bed. luckily, I have a number of plants, including lupins and delphiniums, in containers, that are ready to parachute in. These were plants I lifted last autumn from the bed and popped into containers to overwinter away from slugs and snails. I do have other plants such as Hemerocallis and of course my Dahlia's are growing nicely too, which I might, or might not include at a later date.
In the meantime, I certainly hope your getting opportunities to get your hands into the soil and enjoy.