Take a look at the backyard farm of Kara from www.welloneofmyblogs.com
I've been in my little house for just over a year now-- first came the garden and chickens, and then bees this spring!
The "before" of my barren yard (which is actually kind of an "after" after taking down two shanties, a pigeon coop, old busted chicken run, millions of blackberry vines, and waist-high weeds)
Here's a couple of recent photos of the bigger food-producing parts of my garden.
My three fabulous chicken-ladies.
I have a top bar hive, so things are a bit nontraditional.
Pretty much everything you can see in that last photo is food producing-- a variety of squash, amaranth, and quinoa, a fig tree in the back left, a persimmon tree dangling in the foreground (surrounded by thyme), and in the far background, a tower of beans, more amaranth, a couple of tomatoes, and a few artichokes.. even the apple tree hanging over the fence from the neighbor's yard! Parts of the garden (seen in the other photo) are set up for modified square foot gardening, but I love the random areas that feel more decorative and still are solely food-producers.