Look at my growing things (herbs), mini-plugs bought at the supermarket and potted on.
Now look at what they're in! My mini-greenhouse!
I used to have a cheap metal-tube-frame/pvc-cover mini-greenhouse but the pvc-cover never zipped up properly (it ended up stuck together with duct tape naturally!) and then it got wrecked in a gale last June. It was okay but not the least bit sturdy. So since then I've been dreaming of a real greenhouse. Our garden is really just too small to cram in a proper greenhouse though - however this is the perfect compromise. I'm so excited about this! And it smells nice - I love the smell of wood...
The plan for the garden this year is to make it as bee-friendly as possible - that's one reason for the herbs. I've been looking up bee-friendly gardening online and finding contradictory lists - for example, one recommends sunflowers, another says they're no good, though I'll be growing them anyway because the birds like them and the kids enjoy watching them grow. So that's keeping me amused at the moment (in both senses of the word).
I'm also planning more dye-plants - the dyer's chamomile is looking okay and I'm trying to decide what other things to try. I'm also going for nepeta (catmint) to please the cats as the garden has to be cat-friendly as well as bee-friendly, and plenty of colourful flowers to please the kids!
I love this time of year!