Now that I'm officially field-less, sob sob, we absolutely must do something with that garden.
The motley assortment of raised beds made from all sorts of materials was not the best use of space.
Thanks to some advice from Adams Guild Farm and Orchards
There's still some room in there for a few more smaller beds. There are fruit and nut trees on the wall, apple, persimmon, chestnut and a lemon that doesn't seem to like it here at all.
What seems painfully obvious now never dawned on me while experimenting with various shapes and materials for beds, that is: keep it simple.
I just hope that the cedar planks hold up in our sometimes 2500mm + yearly rainfall locale.
I'll be sure to post another set of before and after pics in August to see what a jungle it has become or not.