Everything inside the house is growing out of its container.
The cavolo/cabbage is entertaining the little piglets in the garden/sun room, used to propagate during the wet months.
Squash and cucumber have taken residence in the kitchen, a warmer place with morning sun now and then.
Lettuces and endives could be snipped already and end up in my salad today.
Notice the plastic utensils standing up to another job. The permanent marker can stand the rains outdoors too.
The little ceramic houses are left-overs from Christmas, and will be around a few more weeks until the sunroom/garden room gets cleaned up and freshened up for its summer debut.
When guests spend the night in this room, under quilts and sleeping bags, they'll have a fabolous view of the ocean, the lake, the night skies. Children enjoy this room the most. It's at the end of the house, with its own bathroom, close to the kitchen for late night fridge raiding. They can run-around on the deck till the wee hours of the morning and grandpa and grandma will not hear a thing. Animals love this room too, spying on birds and squirrels that land on the deck or nearby trees. The room, however is too cold in the winter for anything but starting veggies.
You can see where my attention will be focused on in the next few months.