I have been planting while I built. I risked losing plants to the Evil Squirrels or Groundhogs, but I've managed to avoid them this year. I may have reduced the local population down to where they don't like getting into my space.
Which is good, because there are still gaps between the rolls of chicken wire I need to patch.
They great news is that my garden, while incomplete, is growing well.
First, I have my first main season tomato. It is a Big Beef, which is a hybrid and not my favorite, but it is still better than the store-bought ones. The heirlooms are just now fruiting and will take a couple weeks to ripen.
And I have Brussels Sprouts, Radishes, Carrots,