Not much, so far! I have 4 varieties of peppers, 5 of tomatoes, plus eggplant and tomatillo started on a heated mat. Tonight or tomorrow I will start some broccoli and cabbage. I'll probably start far too many and give lots away.
Yesterday, the garden here at home had standing water and some snow on it. We are to warm up this weekend, and after Easter it will be dry and sunny, so I might get into the garden next weekend. I still need to buy a new fence to keep the chickens and deer out, but I haven't found anything cheap enough, but tougher than the deer net I used before. The home garden will be 40x50, plus a 4x8 raised bed in the front yard.
At the family farm, an hour away, I have another garden. Last year it was 40x100, this year I might double it. At the farm, I use electric fence to keep our horses out. The deer don't mess with it, too close to the road.
Besides the peppers and tomatoes, I have 45 pounds of seed potatoes, peanuts, 4 varieties of watermelon, pumpkins, various winter squash, cucumbers, zucchini, carrots, peas, many dry and green beans, and a few more.
I was working on my Brinly cultivator last night, cutting, bending, and drilling new round stock for shanks. I have lots of shanks and blades, and stole someones idea of eye bolts instead of stock keepers. I made a way to mount a furrower in the center. I have a 10" Brinly plow, an unknown 8" plow, a plow converted to a single ripper shank, and two spring tooth harrows. Gardening tractors this year will be my repowered Ford 80 and my Cub Cadet 147. I still might build a tool bar hiller.
We like pictures, so here are random pics from previous years.