... by installing watering systems. Works _perfectly_.
I can now water four beds with one turn of the tap. Pleased, I am. This includes the greenhouse, although all I'm watering right now is the chooks, which I haven't the heart to expel from their warm snuggly nests in the new greenhouse bed. (And they're digging it over nicely).
However, I have clever plans for giving them lean-tos made of our heavy-duty plastic, which will go in place once I've cleaned the garage and dragged the extremely heavy roll of said plastic in there.
Then I'll kick the chooks out of the greenhouse and start planting ... what? I'm not actually sure. I'll pop in some of the carrots and broccoli, just to see if it does any better/worse. Maybe a tomato experiment, or something that's a bit borderline for our climate.
I'm also very pleased because I found about 50-odd warrigal green seedlings in the berry-bed. They are now in pots awaiting transplantation or growing larger for possible sale to the local nursery. I had to do every one I found because then I let the chooks into the bed to turn over the topsoil and hopefully get rid of the mice.
Now to put in warrigal green seeds and time how long they take to germinate. And see if one can germinate midyimberry seeds in late autumn in a greenhouse ... !