Here's what happens if you take a truck load of inkjet cartridges, melt them and extrude them.
You get eWood. (Yeah, I know, but I didn't name it.).
Cut to length and bolted together and you get raised garden beds. Easier to manage than the beds in the ground by all accounts. Warmer too, so the plants should grow better.
Six plots for winter: onions/garlic, broadbeans, cabbages (red, green, chinese), root vegetables, potatoes and green manure.
There are potatoes in the rubbish bin too. As they grow it will be filled with more soil. (Yes, it has drain holes.)
The other side of the vegetable garden looks like this:
Remnants of the old garden can be seen in the back corner (beetroots, silverbeet & bok choy); raspberries on the fence, and a lime that needs a serious trim back to the left. Lemon grass in the silver planter. Plan to have a number of other things in pots as well.