The second bed has had peas transplanted from another bed put in it, behind the still-flowering rosemary bush.
The third bed has been sown in carrots, though they have not yet sprouted, and the fourth still contains my raspberry and boysenberry plants.
I am finding that the first bed, planted at the end of March, are much better grown and advanced than those planted a month later. The earlier ones had to be covered completely to protect from white butterfly, and I didn't have enough covers for all three beds at the time, so the seedlings (which were all sown at the same time) were potted up and kept protected in bins until I could plant them out. But an extra month in the garden makes a big difference!
Leeks take a long time to grow - I never realised how long until this year. Some gardening books say up to 12 months!
Behind it is a bed that now is partly planted in strawberry plants I dug up from elsewhere in the garden, and has been completely deep mulched with pine needles. Strawberries like the acidity provided by the pine needles. I plant to get more strawberry plants to fill the bed.
Next to that is a bed where I've planted the back half in garlic, and the front has a few carrots left, but will soon be also planted in garlic.
The Calendula is still growing at the base of the plants, despite being dug up a few times by the dog. There's also a wild mallow plant growing there.