My garden is small and still in its early days. We moved here about a year ago and the east courtyard was nothing but native weeds and spider plant (an absolute nuisance to remove the roots). It's not perfect but it's growing up slowly. I sow seeds almost every week, and am always trying to improve my property to ensure we are being responsible and sustainable where possible. Coming into spring has been the most exciting time to start learning about vegetable gardening, there's so much colour, possibility and deliciousness. Although our courtyard has a high fence which makes it difficult to achieve decent sun sometimes, we make do and plant accordingly as the sun moves higher in the sky.
The photo attached is of my main vegetable cropping area, it doesn't look like much but I'm doing my best, experimenting and learning as I go. The no dig technique is proving to be successful so far in terms of ease and conditioning the tired natural soil underneath, with worms, critters and bugs showing up to enjoy their new environment.