Well mine is growing just lovely, thank you!
Everything that has been planted has sprouted! So the first row from the bottom to top we have lettuce (which isn't really loving the sand), spinach, sweet onion, chives, nasturtiums. Then the second row from bottom to top we have radishes, (a gap waiting for fall carrots), beets, summer carrots, parsley. Third row (a gap waiting for tomatoes), broccoli, cauliflower (a tepee waiting for pole beans) . Fourth row (a gap for bush beans), amaranth, (a gap for soybeans), Yukon gold potatoes.
Here we have two rows of English peas, to the right of the peas we have garlic, Swiss chard, zucchini, (a gap for pumpkins). One more row over is rhubarb, brussell sprouts, cucumber, (a gap for butternut squash). Last row is russet potatoes, (a gap for more bush beans), walla walla onions, artichoke, sunflowers.
My herbs LOVE the greenhouse and are getting too big for the box. I'm trying to figure out where to put my herb garden in the yard.
One of my many strawberry containers. I put it outside during the day so it pollinates then put it back in the greenhouse for the night. It is doing so well, I'm thrilled.