I'll be honest, we didn't eat much from it last year. The kids didn't like the carrots, the broccoli never materialized, the radishes were spicy, and neighborhood critters got into the rest before I had a chance to harvest it. This year we are hopeful for better results having started from seedlings instead of seeds except for the pumpkin that a critter got as soon as the first leaves appeared.
This year's crop includes two varieties of tomato, two varieties of bell peppers, a cucumber, a zucchini, and green onions. The tomatoes are going gangbusters, I think we will definitely plant them along the fence next year and train them up a trellis, yup-look at that pic again, definitely need to do that! We have been enjoying those tomatoes regularly, every few days more are ripe and ready to eat. Destructo-Boy loves to eat them fresh off the vine, I have to keep reminding him to hold them for me as I pick them instead of taking a bite out of each one I hand him.
The cucumber isn't producing that much, but the two I've had were nice and juicy. Likewise with the zucchini, not much is coming from it this year and the one I have harvesting was so tough I wasn't even able to cook it up. Maybe I waited too long to harvest it? Still waiting on peppers, one is growing off the chocolate beauty plant, and just the one. I wonder if peppers are just hard to grow?
Tomatoes, yum, we will definitely keep doing those next year!