I am planning my garden and would like some suggestions. I have a very small yard and 1/2 of it is a steep hill. That leaves me with very few options. My husband and I finally made it out to the yard to measure for garden space. I will have 4 sectrions to grow in. They are oddly shaped (we live in a townhouse) : 8'X2' 5'X2' 12'X2' 8'X3' for a total of 62 square feet. I know, it is small. The 8X3 is in the front of the house so I plan to use that for herbs for cooking and medicinal uses (I'll start a different thread on that for suggestions). How do you suggest I use the left over 38 sq ft to get the most out of such a small space. We would like to grow (the number after the food is the number of plants of each you can grow in 1 sq ft of space-according to the book): tomatoes-1 lettuce-4 spinach-9 carrots-16 peppers (bell type)-1 greenbeans (bush)-9 peas-8 summer squash-1 eggplant-1 cabbage-1 cucumber (for pickling)-1 We do NOT expect to feed our family on the space we have, but would like to have some things we can eat in season and maybe enough to dehyrdrate some things for later use. I need to get my seeds started this week on somethings, so any suggestions would be helpful.