We had our first garden last year. It was . . . okay. We really had NO idea what we were doing so on Memorial Day, we planted our squash, zucchini, carrots, lettuce, and green onions. Well, we had a tree cut down (which of course fell onto the garden) the next day, moving our seeds around. So it was really a hot mess. We had an abundance of lettuce for several weeks; sufficient squash and zucchini; more green onions than I could use in a decade much less before they went bad; and quite possibly the worst looking carrots I've ever seen.
Needless to say, I'm hopeful that this year will be better. I'm trying to do some research on what we should grow (based on our level of "experience" as well as our space and our dedication to the garden). Does anyone have thoughts - either based on experience or maybe a good link?