top tier: pumpkins, leeks, spring onions
second tier: globe artichoke, fennel, tigerella tomatoes, bok choi, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, rocket, lebanese cucumbers, lettuce, mesculin
third tier: multiple types of tomatoes including Roma, cherry, Grower's Delight, Digger's [something], Lenah Valley market unidentified; basil, dying passionfruit, unidentified curcubit.
fourth tier: failed cauliflowers, dwarf beans, white beans.
From another angle. You can see the rhubarb in the top right corner.
Crazy pumpkin plant, stretching over two garden beds. I had to build a 'bridge' between the two beds:
My lone artichoke. I thought I'd try one and see if it survived before trying more. It's growing like a fiend, so I think I'll get another:
A few young fennel plants. Only four survived the snail feast:
The only cauliflower (out of 10 plants!) that has actually produced a flower:
My two faithful cucumber plants. They look a bit scungy now, but they're still growing and producing about four cucumbers a week between them:
Beans. Also looking a wee bit scungy but they've got a second wind and are producing slowly:
My cute tigerellas (so stripey!). Still waiting for them to go beyond the green faze...
Young broccoli seedlings, with my trial dog-proof snail poison box based on a suggestion by Hobart Kitchen Gardens. I've never used snail bait because I don't like the idea of poisoning the soil or my dog, however I've lost so many seedlings to the damn creatures that I was willing to compromise
Bok Choi and Spinach plants:
Herbs including flat and curly leaf parsley, rosemary, basil (my better basil is cuddling with the tomatoes), coriander, chives, spring onions, dill, oregano, lemongrass thyme, and mint. Oh, and a scungy orchid:
Last but not least, my cute little fig tree who has more fruit than leaves. I know I should be taking the fruit off to encourage it to grow, but I feel mean because it's trying so hard!