Mine is a collage of planting spaces varying from raised bed not in contact with the ground, to in ground both row and non traditional planting styles. This year we have tomatoes planted in three general areas and have several planting variations.
Here is my main tomato area consisting of three beds of six tomatoes each. The central area is heavily enriched and the ground outside the area is covered with sheet plastic and mulch. Melons are planted between each tomato plant.
This is my earliest gardening area. There is a concrete slab from an old carport and beside that concrete was poured to provide eight 4 x 6 in ground beds. Those areas are planted with garlic, beans, tomatoes, peas, radishes, and day lilies. Raised beds were built on top of the concrete slab. Those are planted with lettuce, arugula, garlic, radishes, swiss chard, cilantro, parsley, day lilies, and a few other flowers. Tomatoes are placed in large nursery pots near each post on the pergola.
Here is my potting bench and general work area.
This is a view of the concrete skirted area but from the opposite direction from the first photo.
Turning in the opposite direction, standing on the concrete from the foreground in the previous picture, there are a couple of in ground planting areas.
The nearest contains four zucchini plants and then three rows of yellow sweet corn.
A little further away is a new addition just added this year. Three rows of white corn are in the foreground (haven't germinated yet) and several tomato plants are in the far part of the bed. The tomatoes in black pots are one of this year's experiments.
The next area is beside my main planting area. Last year it was covered with sheet plastic to kill the bermuda grass. This year I cut out a circle to plant a few potato plants for new potatoes with our beans.
And right beside the circle I have potatoes in a large nursery pot plus strawberries and some other transplants.
Here are a few shots from under and beside the pergola area.
Sweet peas in 4 x 6 in ground spot.
Raised beds on concrete slab area.
We have three other raised bed areas in other parts of the yard. All are on the east side of large oak trees so that beds are protected from harsh afternoon sun.
Three raised beds plus nursery area. Strawberry plants, raspberry plants, garlic.
Eight raised beds all with raspberry plants, plus a nursery area at the far end.
Three raised beds, each divided into two sections. Nursery area in the foreground. The right side of each bed is planted in strawberry plants. The left side is planted in beans, greens, cucumbers. There is also a nursery overflow area on the far end of the beds.