Yeah No! We apparently don't believe in rows around here.
My gardening style is wild, sort of permaculture inspired I like to say. But truth be told, it's a combination of never keeping up and not having the heart to pull out happy growing things.
So here there are strawberries (white blossoms); lettuces that came up all over from seed from the plants I allowed to die back in the fall (green/red and light green); plantain, the larger green leaf in front of the strawberries; chamomile (the little hairy green leaf to the right of the strawberry; and oregano on the left side. All of this but the strawberries just came up from seed.
I'm actually having to dig out a lot of plantain and dandelions this year, after making friends with them all and letting them stay last year. I see why these lovely herbies are called weeds! Haha!
Diversity: wild species growing with cultivated; companion plants that naturally occur together
Innovation: my own strange cross between cultivated gardening and permaculture
Stewardship: growing the wild things; noting how they try to take over in a cultivated atmosphere
Community: sharing field journal posts publicly