This is from the West side of the plot, the ash tree's point-of-view. To the right is the SW bed, planted today with a row of coriander, and another of peas. To the far left is the Mid- and South West beds. The bed this side of the skinny brick path to the left is the odds-and-sods bed: hawthorn and alder, wildflower mix, and papaver somniferum seeds.
Dead ahead is the famous "old greenhouse foundations" aka "concrete and brick structure", (hereby re-named "new shed foundations" - with straight ahead the pile of rubble which will mostly be deployed to level them).
The panorama photos won't be possible next year, the views straight ahead being blocked by the new shed and the poly-tunnel.