Last year was my first time growing and it was really exciting and busy. I didn't pay much attention to what was happening a lot of the time as I was too excited and busy. This year it's a much calmer and enjoyable experience so far.
I have 3 beds of early potatoes in with one lot up already pushing through everything I pile on top of them. After these are out in June I'll put in a whole bed of french beans (currently growing away happily in the greenhouse), calabrese (currently growing away happily in the greenhouse), kale (just sowed) and courgettes (currently growing away happily in the greenhouse). At the end of April I'll put in my maincrop of potatoes, which are a salad variety.
The small bed at the top of my plot has one row of carrots up and one more sowed just now.
I have one lot of planted-out lettuce looking almost at edible stage, 4 rows with true leaves and another few rows just germinated. I'm covering those ones to speed them up a bit.
And I think that's it for veg. Oh and 3 varieties of tomatoes (24 plants) and 3 cucumber plants for the greenhouse.
I wanted to streamline a bit this year and grow more quantities of the things I like: french beans, new potatoes, lettuce, carrots. And also try some new stuff which I love but didn't grow last year: calabrese. And try some stuff I want to love - kale.