This is part of my garden. It is where I am when I disappear for a day or two. From the vantage point of this picture, you are unable to see the compost bins that you really don't want to see, the first raised bed (carrots and potatoes, and cantaloupe), half of the second raised bed (lettuce), a quarter of the third raised bed (eggplant), the asparagus that runs along the fence next to the corn, and the zinnias that are in the corner behind me. Oh, the strawberries are beside the little shed that you can't see either. After all this, I realize that my near perfect garden picture leaves much to be desired.
What you do see in the remainder of the third raised bed are the salsa tomatoes (Matt's Wild, Yellow Pear, and Sungold) because you can never be too close to the salsa, and the french filet beans which are our favorite bean for light steaming, sauteing, or eating raw. Next to that is the corn, which has started tasseling. Behind that you see leeks in the second raised bed and squash, dill, and basil in the fourth raised bed.
In the first row after the corn are soybeans and peppers. The second and third row are pink-eye, purple hull peas. The fourth and fifth rows are lima beans, affectionately called butterbeans here. Next, is a row of rattlesnake beans which are great for canning and freezing, then cannellini beans and yellow wax beans for diversity. Following the beans are two half rows of tomatoes and two half rows of cucumbers. Beyond all that are several varieties of sunflowers.