Still awaiting hip replacement but with the warmer weather I have been more determined to to get some things done despite limitations. First order was to put up some shade over main veggie patch - not a permanent structure - just something for the summer months that can be easily dismantled when the sunlight hours are less of a threat. I have used horticultural cloth and upcyled some steel posts from the roof of an old decorative structure. Fixtures are shade cloth clips and cable ties from Bunnings. This has stood up to the easterlies we get very well.
Next I got together a frame of wood from kerbside and cut up a colourbond roofing sheet into strips to make a raised garden bed. It is filled with a mix of sand, potting mix, tomato and veggie mix, lupin mulch and oridnary mulch. Also picked up a couple of rolls of trellis wire to put around it both to discourage curious dog and give climbing veggies a place to go.
To top things off I have planted a semi-dwarf avocado tree, a dwarf seedless lemon tree and a passionfruit vine to bring in even more home produce. Shadecloth temporary structureRaised BedBed in situLemon Tree & PassionfruitPropagator - $9!!The reward each morning