Here is the first in a series of views from each of the corners of the vegetable garden. I have included that little plan, so you can orient yourselves. I think it will get bigger if you click on it.
View 1: From the north-east corner.
The grassy bit in the foreground is the over-wintered carrot patch.
Yes, it is weedy, but the carrots are great.
The orange conduit and net (right)
is the berry house which runs along the back fence.
You can see the greenhouse, and the shelves (in front of the shed)
with the containers and pots that are the 'outside' component
of my greenhouse experiments.
View 2: From the north-east corner.
In the foreground, potatoes. Behind that, newly planted tomatoes.
Further back, onions and then broad beans.
To the left, in the raised bed, more onions and leeks.
View 3: From the south-west corner, looking diagonally back to first view.
Lots of garlic. There is tiny corn in the foreground,
and a couple of zucchini.
View 4: From the south-east corner.
In the foreground, there are pumpkins planted...and more garlic.
You can bet, the next time I do a 'Four Corners' post,
it will look very different...
so long as I can keep the goats out!