We've planted radishes.
We've planted carrots.
We've got some lettuce.
Here's some broccoli.
And, finally....here's some cauliflower.
It's surprising how much you can grow in a simple (and inexpensive) 4 feet x 8 feet above ground grow bed. A deeper bed would be better and allow for growing more egg plant and squash. Our efforts for those have suffered and the best I can tell, it's due to the soil depth being too shallow. Below the above ground bed, it's just ordinary Florida soil which in my yard is about 65% sand.
We're planning to add an additional above ground bed for next season. With a little organization and fore thought we can plant something every two weeks and have fresh vegetables to eat for four of five months during the winter and spring. Since our prime growing season begins in September, we'll have plenty of time to add lots of compost material to build up the soil fertility.