Here's updated photos:
Overview of five gardens (also have the quarter circle garden, the potato patch, fence line plantings, and tons of herbs in pots)
three tomato plants, a pepper plant, spinach and onions down left edge, garlic and peas down right edge. Can't really see it, but there's three basil plants across the back
three tomato plants and a pepper plant, lettuce down left edge, right edge has broccoli seedlings, then garlic, then peas, parsley in front
broccoli and cabbage down the middle, carrots down left edge, garlic and onions down right edge, parsley in back
swiss chard, then peas, kale and broccoli on the right and then garlic.
The small, square one in the middle has corn seeds planted in it, that haven't sprouted yet.
The last picture that has pea trellis in the back. That half of the 4x8 will be done early and then the second planting of corn will go in there.
Lots more basil and flowers to get tucked in here and there. Planting isn't spring, summer, fall, it is continuous as things get finished, more goes in. All that garlic will be done mid summer and then beans can go in all those spots....
The next quarter circle garden will be done soon and then will get planted with more peppers, basil, squash.
The mulch in the top pictures is used straw raked out of the chicken coop/run. It has very little chicken poop in it, because they mostly poop while on the roosting bars. The tray under the bars has lots of poop and it gets emptied into the compost pile. The straw in the run is inoculated with Nitrogen (chicken pee) to help it break down. So as it is raked out, it goes in the gardens. Eventually they will all be mulched that way and probably covered with pulled weeds for more green.
So what's visible in these pictures is 144 sq ft of garden space and it will produce a ton (well, a whole bunch!) of food....