This is our first time growing soy beans. The variety is Envy Soya Beans (from Baker Creek). They were SUPER easy to grow. They did attract Japanese beetles which only did minor damage to the foliage, not the beans.
That is only about a fifth of what is still on the plants. Also in the photo, the spy is holding some German lunchbox tomatoes and some patisson golden marbre scallop squash.
I planted these varieties on a diagonal across this row. The sunflowers were supposed to be growing across the row so they would be planted behind the amaranth (the purple plants). For whatever reason, only a few sunflowers came up and ruined my carefully crafted aesthetic plan. So just look at the picture and imagine sunflowers filling up the blank-ish spot in the middle: nice, right?! hahahh
Garden views from outside the fence: