Here's the bed with Chard and Bush beans. I'm trialing the Lupini beans here too.
The taller "In-N-Out" palmtree (image link is not mine) looking things are mature Romaine lettuces we're collecting seeds from.
Just cleared the Celery from this bed. We're planning on planting Bulb Onions here. We use a LOT of bulb onions but haven't had much success growing them. We buy Short Day varieties but, they don't grow well. I think the soil may be lacking sulphur and phosphorus. According to other sites, onions need these to bulb well. Not sure how to acquire those elements though.
The bed that had the potatoes now has a new look: Peppers!
The not so great bed. This has 2 Kabocha pumpkin plants growing along with Komatsuna and Yu Choy. The Kabochas are not thriving at all. There's one that has one baby punkin growing but the other is turning yellow. We think it's a nutrient deficiency. Pumpkins require enormous amounts of compost. They prefer growing in nearly raw compost!
Royal Purple Bush Beans. We're letting them mature to collect the seeds.
Herb/flower Garden: Rosemary, Oregano, Thyme, Sage, Shungiku (edible Chrysanthemum), Dianthus, Lavender, Oca, Pelargonium, Alpine Strawberries, and Garlic Chives in the back left
We'ee in the process of moving our compost bins to under the Loquat tree. We have 3 bins all together. 2 have been placed. Just waiting for the 3rd bin's contents to finish composting, then it'll be moved.
Sleepy kitty lounging on the bench