The garden will be 25x25 feet, and each square in the map above is one square foot. If you can't read the text on that, here's the key:
The two pepper entries are for Bell peppers and hot peppers (banana and jalapeno peppers). Squash will come in the summer,acorn, zucchini and spaghetti varieties. We're planning on 9 types of tomatoes (for cherry tomatoes, sandwiches, stewed, and sauce).
Around the slower growing things like pumpkins, squash and cucumbers we'll plant some faster veggies like radishes and lettuce.
Along the fences on the sides of the yard we will plan raspberries and grapes, and the front yard will get strawberries along side the driveway, and blueberries in the planters in front of the house. The blueberries, raspberries and grapes (and apple trees we planted last fall) won't bear fruit this year, but we want to get them in so they can start growing.
We'll be eating as much as we can from the garden this summer, but we're planning on lots of canning this fall.
We had a pretty good garden in Utah back in 2008 and we both grew up with gardens, so we're not completely new to this.
In Utah we learned about how much we like homemade spaghetti sauce and pickles (well, --I-- like them.). We also learned that a whole row of squash is more than we can eat; the fact that it was just summer squash and not a variety didn't help any.
Wish us luck!