My garden is a challenge as it's on a steep southwest-facing slope on the side of a hill at almost 1000 feet above sea level overlooking the village. The soil is very shallow, not even a trowel depth before you hit mountain rock. No dig is the only option. Any meaningful edible growing has to be done in raised beds.
I'm very interested in soil health and how it can affect plants, particularly the way soil life interacts with edibles and eventually ourselves. I try to push the boundaries to see what can be grown here and when. Anything I transplant into beds isn't kept in formal rows. I'd rather mix the edibles which confuses pests.