For 5 hours today, I, not necessarily in order, ...
Found 2 onions sprouting.
Filled in 40 holes in concrete blocks, planted 6 cabbages, 7 marigolds, and 27 potential green bean plants. Then wrapped the whole thing in chicken wire to keep the bunnies out They Lo-o-o-o-ove green bean plants. Fertilized each hole.
Planted eggplant plant and 2 pepper plants. Fertilized each plant.
Moved baby oak tree from next to neighbor's shrubs to spot in garden where other oak tree seedling had been. It died. New one still looks good.
Watered all of the plants but not the seeds.
Unwrapped fruit tree from protective cage, trimmed grass around bottom of tree, put a small piece of chicken wire around tree to keep bunnies from girdling it and used cut grass to mulch so that more grass won't grow up in there.
Picked salad greens and radishes from pots planted 1 month ago, first time for picking, and had a salad.
Found that cucumbers planted in seed medium are sprouting, and two brocolli. I don't know how they're going to go.
Pruned dead branches out of gold ninebark bush. It looks much better. More architectural.
Planted geranium, repotted plant that I don't like but can't bring myself to outright kill, watered both.
Watered day lily seed bed. Some have sprouted.
Pulled weeds from wildflower bed.
Pulled weeds from 6 of the hostas and coral bells. Have 7 more to go.
Put a new "keep the squirrels away" cage around my salad pots because I needed the chicken wire for the potato patch.
Plus getting out and putting away the supplies necessary to do all of this.
Hung jeans on clothesline.
And it was cold. I didn't rush any of this, wandered around looking at other plants, laid down under a tree for a few minutes, put mail out and picked up what was delivered. Washed my hands a few times. It just doesn't feel like I did a lot, but I guess I did!
That's the eggplant plant in the center front and 2 Anaheim Chili Pepper plants next to it. I made some pickled peppers last fall, and they are scrumptious, so I want to make some more this year. 2 Bell Pepper plants are going in at the upper right corner of the potato bed. That should be far enough apart that they don't cross with the chilis.
So, even though there is plenty of day light left, I am hanging up the dirt for the day. I need to get warm.