- Tomatoes: one each of Pink Brandywine (the larger of the two) and Heinz's Super Roma (heirloom type, not the hybrid one ... the flat were specifically marked each way).
- Peppers, of the sweet variety: one orange bell, planted next to the purple bell, and one giant Marconi, an Italian sweet pepper that I am hoping will be similar to the Carmen peppers from the year before last, as the peppers didn't sprout for us.
- Red onion, and a big bunch of them! I took a little less than half next door to Maria, and she thought that was a lot until I mentioned "Estan menos de media de los cebollos." Hubby will have a few fresh ones, and the rest will end up in the dehydrator then ground for onion powder and dried minced onion for the spice cabinet.
- A six pack of assorted coleus! Must have my pretties, and coleus are my favorite of all time, going back to the first grade when I received a small one with my seed order through school. I even won a blue ribbon in the school's plant fair. Last year, I had oodles of volunteer coleus ... but then the neighbor's pet deer ate all the flowers off them last summer, and they didn't recover enough to make another round of seeds.
So now I am sweating in the high humidity before the rain starts, but have more plants in the dirt.