Rain and cold weather held off earlier plantings, but we did manage to get the garden in before Memorial Day (our area's unofficial get-your-garden-in-by date).
Starting from the left of the photo we have:
patty pan squash
two types of zucchini
yellow summer squash
3 rows of potatoes (from store bought spuds, so hoping they come up)
3 rows of carrots
Also in that main garden plot is mullein, horseradish and rhubarb along with some weedy perennials such as milkweed.
Then, we have the 4 square herb garden. Let's see if I can remember all that I have in there:
winter and summer savory
something else I forgot what I planted
and one tiny currant bush that simply won't grow much, but puts out a few currants and is cute as a button
In the raised beds I have:
Not see in the photo is the pond we filled in. My daughter wanted her own garden, so we threw in some old perennial and cosmos seed packets I had laying around as well as sunflowers and luffa sponge seeds.
Around the yard we have blueberries, service berries, red and black raspberries, peppermint, one lone struggling lavender plant survived, bush cherries, beach plums,
crabapple and a peach tree.
Foraging around the property, we have plenty of dandelion, plantain, wild cherries, hickory nuts, acorns, clover and alfalfa.
That's pretty much most of what we have on our property. I'm sure I forgot a thing or two, but there's the fruit and vegetable side of our micro farm.