Josh - WOW! I have some serious garden envy now!
However, I'm still looking forward to getting out in the dirt this weekend to plant my veggies in the new raised beds my hubby just built. (Yes, we start late in my part of the world, and I'm a notoriously late gardener anyway...) Our soil has been so bad for so many years that we finally decided to give up on amending it, and built boxes to fill with brand new soil. The pressure's on - now if my harvest sucks, I can't blame it on wonky soil. Eek!
If the soil's crap (like it is here) grow boxes (or raised beds) are the way to go. Our boxes are 1m x 50cm x 50cm with lower quality soil in the bottom half and composted humus-rich soil in the top half. I've built 9 compost 'pods' (one cubic metre each) which we slowly rotate to make new soil (well the worms and edaphon microbes make it).
Fortunately I can go to the metal place locally and buy 6 metre lengths of any shape/size I want to make stuff. They still make things like wheel-barrows, woodburners etc here out of 'raw sheet metal' and basic materials.
The tomatoes planted in the dome-greenhouse are now twice as big as the ones planted outside - so my 15 months 'lockdown-project' is paying off
... and Summer's suddenly arrived, hence a moment's relaxation in 'the other dome' I build a decade ago just for plants to grow over - jasmin, climbing roses, wysteria, eating-grape-vines. Today's pic.