Well, the garden won't be much this year. Due to the length of time it is taking us to get the septic field replacement project completed, the backyard will be lucky to just get reseeded with grass before the end of the summer. I did buy two trees, a small ash tree and a paper birch which I hope to establish in the back yard, but we'll see how long we have to wait before that happens. I used to have three raised beds back there, so I am planning to ask Jeremy to build me some new ones next year for my potatoes and other food plants.
My rhubarb, which was moved last year to the front yard is now getting more established and I may be able to harvest some this year. I LOVE rhubarb pie! I have about 4 plants, 2 of which are of good size. My only other edibles this year are some chives which are doing great, some sugar snap peas in a planter, and two halibut tubs where I planted some potatoes. I got the potatoes planted late, and in store bought potting soil, which I plan to add some kelp to. I am wondering how they will do.
Now that I listed out everything, I guess my garden isn't too pathetic. It is no "master" garden, but I get a lot of enjoyment out of it and It can only get better as time goes on!