Two rows of white onions (Setton) and two rows of red onions (Red Baron). Both from Poundland. There were a lot more red onions in the 300g packet than in the white onions so the surplus got planted into various gaps- some beside the winter onions and some beside the garlic. I put fleece over to hide them from the birds.
There are some pretty daisies in the wild flower bed, which have flowered all the way through the wet autumn and winter, so I have transplanted a few to the edges of the new rain hollow on the other side of the path.
I will put in anything that will grow as long as it looks good, even buttercups! I have a couple of spare astilbe plants in the front garden which might work as they like damp conditions. Some irises might be good too.
Heard the resident parakeets, but didn't see them this time. Saw a pair of them last week flying over my plot, but I'll never be quick enough to get a photo.