so far we have been eating lettuce and onions (not really ready yet, but i have been harvesting one almost every night) and cilantro and parsley and harvested our first pepper, a cubanelle, the other night....there are 2 more on that bush ready to eat this weekend. and strawberries.
in the ground growing we have tomatoes, many of which are over 2 feet tall already and setting green fruit, all of which are flowering at least. Well, except for the Big Mama Romas which were started later. We have 9 yellow pear tomatoes, a couple of Lemon Boys, several yellow cherries and husky red cherry tomatoes, a "Bonnie Grape" which did very well for us last year, a Goliath (which looks like it will be the first we eat), 3 Black Prince heirlooms, a German Queen heirloom, a Pink Brandywine, a Mister Stripey....maybe another variety or two i am forgetting. We have 30 something pepper plants, most if not all flowering already; cayennes, hot bananas, cubanelle, red, yellow, green, and orange bells....i plan to start some purple (Cherokee) and also Chinese Giant soon, too....also flowering are red chilis, red hot cherry peppers, serrano, tabasco, mini bells, and jalapenoes. and 4 ichiban eggplants. Also zucchini and yellow squash and the beans are just now coming up. Basil is growing well, needs its first pruning. In the perennial herb garden are our huge rosemary, lots of greek oregano, pineapple sage (my favorite plant), echinacea, including LOTS of seedlings which i will have to move or share, feverfew volunteers, lemon balm, chocolate mint, stevia, comfrey, thyme and lemon thyme, bee balm, lantana, and st john's wort. and a flourescent pink double knock out rose covered in blooms right now. I also have a red and a purple rose bush on my porch i need to find some ground for soon and want to plant zinnia and marigold and morning glory and moonflowers soon. And i have a few coleus, though I have tried to resist them this year and don't have nearly the collection i have in past years. oh, and planters of african and purple basil and tulsi (holy basil). Did i say garlic and onions already? I think that is about it. oh- and a passion flower vine and a pear tree.