Recently I took it upon my self , Ok it was last march you know the one last year not this year that I would grow as much veg along side my plants as I could . The problem was I had a huge lawn well its not that big has I soon found out after getting rid of the thing but it always seemed big while mowing it on hot summer days although in all honesty those were few and far between last year and by the time autumn came which was in fact warmer than summer which was because of the position of the jet stream which is in fact the reason we can grow what we do in the british isles at the latitude where we are as if not for this great jet stream we would get winters like the past two winters (not the current one as this has been really mild) but you will already know this anyway . Back to the garden and veg growing . most of last year was spent getting the veg side of the garden ready for action which involved lots of digging and lots of raised veg bed building . I did manage to get quite a few crops off to a good start and as the autumn was like summer it turned out that the tomatoes and chillies and spuds all cropped well despite being planted at a time in the year when most people would have said the time to plant the likes of them had long past but thanks to that jet stream being out of place my crops were fantastic !! This year though I have already got seedlings started of at least 10 different crops and at least 20 different annual bedding and basket plants of which I will write about in my next installment .Before any are planted out a slight Realignment of the veg beds as i need them straight well the veg crops dont need them straight but I do .The green house I put together last year needs a few nuts and bolts adding as I left a few off in my hurry to build it . Only I could buy a greenhouse then find out that there was reviews saying it took even seasoned gardeners two months to fit together but lucky for me I love reading instructions and once read I dont forget .With the foundation built to mount it on and glazing it took just over one day . I say one day but i mean about 18 hours in all spread out over two days along with a few blisters and cuts .all thats needed now is the hard work of planting and sowing and caring for the crops but for now its rest Time !!