Hello, everyone! I have been dreaming of growing a garden for about a year and a half now. We just moved to a place where I can have one. My uncle told me he would come over with his tractor and tiller so that we could get a spot ready. Well, I got tired of waiting, so last night, I just dove right in. I laid out all the cardboard boxes I had and made a SMALL spot. I put down a layer of peat moss, then grass clippings, peat moss, leaves, peat moss, weathered straw, peat moss, leaves, and grass clippings again. I ran out of peat moss by this time. I topped them off with a couple of Canadian nightcrawlers (left over from fishing) on each pile. I ended up with two beds about 6 feet by 2 feet. Like I said, small. But, that is all the boxes and all the peat moss I had. The beds are only maybe 6 inches high. Is that deep enough to plant anything in or should I go get more peat moss? I went to Wally World to get seeds on sale and the selection was not too hot. I got carrots, two kinds of lettuce, eggplant, lima beans, pumpkins, some weird squash, cabbage, chives, basil and a few others I can't remember. I know that some of this stuff (like pumpkins) probably won't have time to do anything, but, I bought them anyway. My main question is should I go ahead and plant in this or what? Thanks!