This summer I started a garden at my community garden center. I live in a community when a portion of the property is set aside for gardening, including an area for organic gardening. I have a plot 20'x10' and put in 4 garden plot beds. Or I should say, my husband did - Thank you George.
I tried to grow tomatoes, yellow squash, zucchini, green peppers, cucumbers, bok choy, butter lettuce, red skin potatoes and kale. I had wonderful results from yellow squash, green peppers, cucumbers, butter lettuce and kale. My tomato crop could of been better, but in August when my tomato plants really needed me, I was off on a 2 week vacation. Wow, did I come home to a mess. I ended up juicing my remaining tomatoes and freezing them for another day. The yield on potatoes was about 8 but they did taste good. The bugs feasted on the bok choy, it was ugly. And the zucchini never really grew.
So next Spring my plan will be to repeat my successes: Tomatoes (hybrids next time), yellow squash, green peppers, cucumbers, butter lettuce and kale. I will be adding a bed of flowers next year - Zinnias and a Monarch Butterfly Mix. I love cutting these bright flowers in the August-October months.