Picture dump from phone. I'll go back and annotae everything else from my computer.
First we see the eventual entrance to the garden. (I'm fencing it off so the baby wood chucks don't wreak havoc this year. All the others over the years staayed to the back yard, but this years bunch seem much more adventurous. Running the left side we have some sort of Japanese sweet pea; we will usually plant these twice in a season. Up front are the container herbs. They will come inside when the weather turns cold. They are Awesome Wife's domain, so I would have to go look at the labels to see what they are. Then we have 2 rows of strawberries (10 plants and the bush beans. And then a cabbage. The garden abuts our property line with the neighbors so Awesome Wife planted a bunch of ornamentals and flowers along the line so the neighbors have something pretty to look at. The garden was originally a raised bed twice the size that straddled the property line and our previous neighbor shared the gardening duties with us. When she was preparing to move last year, we stole most of the soil, reduced the size so it was only on our property and put in the flowers.
Right side of the garden, shaded in early morning, but then gets sun for the rest of the day. Here like a pumpkin, a watermelon, two squash and a zuchinni. As well as a start of a compost pile. (the previous one was a pain to get stuff out of and was in the back yard. This one is just vegetable matter so should smell much at all.
To the left of the gourd land, we have cucumbers, peppers and tomatoes (front to back). We also lined the front of the garden with marigolds as they deter some pests.
Angle shot showing the front of the garden. front to back you see the cukes, peppers and way back there are our lettuce. Also showing great signso of growth this year are our concord grape vines. @Mad Jack has a neighbor that planted the original grape vine 20-30 years ago and they were beginning to strangle out the trees on his property. About 3 (?) years ago he mentioned that he was going to be cutting the vines out of his trees (because the grapes were attracting every yellow jacket in a 20 mile radius), so I jumped on and messaged him that I would help in exchange for ripe grapes. Awesome Wife and I left with about 10 lbs of grapes and 3 vine cuttings. Last year we have one tiny bunch of grapes, but this year we have the start of dozens. The next piece of garden infrastructure after the fence is a grape arbor/trellis.
And then looking down the back of the garden, you can see the asparagus, tomatoes, onions (half from last year, or was it two years ago?) and just by the grape vines my row of pickling cukes. Yes, I planted 10 pickling and 6 slicing cukes. I buy 4 cucumbers at the store for salads and by the next day I'm lucky if I have half of one left.
That's it in a nutshell. I can get exact varieties of things if anyone is interested (and I have a garden map that drew up around here somewhere; I must have put it somewhere "safe").
I also have the blackberry canes, the wild raspberry canes, high and low bush blueberries, a wild grapevine that may bear fruit for the first time this year, peaches, apples, pears and cherries. And we just got some red currents that need to be planted. I can post those too if anyone is interested.
And then there are all of the flowering plant/shrubs and trees (including close to 35-ish lilacs alone). Again that is Awesome Wife's domain so she would have to make that post.