I like the structure of my soil from outside I mixed with the dried leaves I pruned off, some Epsom salt, gypsum, acid loving fertilizer, and found the garlic bulb not composted yet. It cracked open, so if I should just mulch it and spread it around to feed the soil sulfur I will. If it'll still grow I'll give it a shot. Currently it's warming up with mosquito bits over it to be safe just in case with gnats. It's pretty wet right now, so I'm letting it sit for a bit to dry out before I mix in compost. Too wet right now. The rain soaked in a decent amount. The extra humidity will help the house to raise up. The open windows will add fresh air and humidity too, so bonus.
I'll be adding my herb garden updates in a separate thread most likely as I do enjoy gardening as a whole. I love to try new things and see what works. If the plants won't grow it's a bad soil. If they love it I did well.
Once this soil is finished I'll be growing purple basil, cilantro, garlic chives, mint, and anything else I feel like really.