Thyme ("Mother of Thyme")
Peppers ("Hatch peppers")
Wild Garlic (from Ireland)
Lots of marigolds
(for pest control in the garden, later)
And I planted a whole envelope of perennial wildflowers. It's a 2012 package, so we'll see if anything actually comes up.
Here's a bunch of tomatillas:
Assorted cucumbers: slicing, burpless, lemon & Armenian:
Sage is getting going, so I started some more. Thinking I'll spread it around the garden. It's supposed to make things do well.
Here's a row of Roma tomatoes (top) and bunches of peppers:
Asparagus, from seeds:
We grew some purple tomatoes last
year ("Black Krim"). They were fantastic: flavorful, juicy, and strikingly beautiful! These are a whole load of purple tomatoes, including cherry tomatoes ("chocolate cherry").
And these are assorted red tomatoes. I'm particularly excited about "Giant" (up to 1 pound tomatoes!) and the "San Marzano" (indeterminate sauce tomatoes, like the [determinate] "Roma"):
We can't have summer without basil:
Several varieties of basil (and some "assorted herbs" from an advertising event):
And I've just up-potted some of the squashes. The two on the left are German pumpkins; the top right is carnival squash. I don't know what the bigger one is; it's a volunteer.
(Also in this pic: catnip at the top, "Dukat" dill, left & right of the big one, and a "chocolate cherry" right next to it.)
And last, but definitely not least, I kept a chunk of sweet potato vine ("Georgia Jets") last fall when I harvested the sweet 'taters. I stuck it in water, and then in dirt, and it's growing! How cool is that!