The East Garden. I'm not sure of the exact measurements, so the beds may end up being a bit shorter, or a bit narrower, but this is basically what will be planted there. Oh, those are "Mokum" carrots, not "Moku", LOL! Seems I missed an M in there! Also, the lettuces won't be planted as close together as shown. There will probably be six plants of each variety, and I'll harvest the early outer leaves.
The Kennel Garden (you should be able to right click on the picture and open it in another tab to view it larger). I might try planting melons or cucumbers in the compost barrel, now that the neighbor has thinned out her trees to allow more sunlight in this area.
North garden indeterminate tomato beds. Bush cukes are iffy for this area, but the tomatoes will be grown in the bottomless buckets, so there just might be enough room. Maybe. If not, I'll add a bit more basil.
West Fence garden compact indeterminate tomatoes. These won't grow as tall as the others, so I'll snuggle three plants in behind the June bearing strawberries. They will also be grown in the bottomless buckets so the strawberries can grow all around them.
These will be my main crop of determinate tomatoes, planted all along the side of the house and patio in what I fondly call "Tomato Alley". As with the others, these will be grown in buckets so they don't flop all over the pathway down the side of the house.
I have a few more varieties of tomatoes that I might grow, or I might just pick out three or four of some extra plants to put along the side of the shed. I always grow too many seedlings, so I know I'll have extras from which to choose. Or maybe I'll grow a couple of cherry tomatoes there, such as Sun Gold and Black Cherry, since both are favorites.
I've chosen multi-colored morning glories for the back fence, and will try to fit in some snapdragons, cosmos, nasturtiums and zinnias. Of course there will also be marigolds.
Now I need to figure out where the remaining crops will be planted.....corn, squash, melons, broccoli and lots and lots of sweet peppers.