So here you are.
While you can't make out what many individual plants are, there are - starting from the top left hand corner - garlic chives, honey pod peas, beetroot, rainbow chard, carrots, several types of onions, snow peas, Italian flat leaved parsley, kale, lettuce, calendulas - for their flowers (in salads and the house) and the about to be pulled out remnants of the tomatoes. Then, in the shadow of the banana leaves, there are more lettuce, and silver beet (Swiss chard). Over the path there are spring onions, onion chives, coriander, celery, more beetroot - what can I say, we like beetroot - and more lettuce. The edging on the right is curly leaved parsley. Yet to come up in the bare patches are dill, borage, more carrots and more snow and honey pod peas.
In the far distant left hand corner - although it doesn't look like it from the photo - there is just enough room to legally put in a chook pen. I'm researching coops at the moment but I'm hoping there'll be four or five hens in residence by spring. I'll keep you posted.