Beekissed. Wow!!! Your gonna have one huge honking harvesting going on, good for you, that is excellent and gardening is so ding dang much fun.
My list of stuff that I plan to get in involves veggies and flowers, the list is interesting.
Lettuces, romaine, buttercrunch and looseleaf
Tomatoes of several varieties, even some cool ones that I am going to try that another forum member sent me, yum, yum (I must grow tomatoes under cover in a greenhouse because of the late season blight that we always are afflicted by)
Radishes (of course, and I use predatory nematodes to kill the underground cutworms, etc., it works like a hot dam)
Purple top turnips
Brussels sprouts (gotta get those going in about 2 weeks indoors, best if they are transplants)
Okra (going to get those going indoors firstly too, our growing season is not hot and I understand they are heat mongers)
Dill that self seeds everywhere, pick it all summer long
Parsley that self seeds everywhere
Cukes, regular cultivar
Pole beans, I like the Blue Lake and may put in some Romano (the flat ones), I like the pole beans because the harvest can be stretched over such a long period of time, compared to bush that come on so fast it makes ya head spin!!!
Super sweet corn (sh2), I prefer this cultivar because the sugar doesn't get converted to starch quickly, holds well before and after picking
The potatoes self grow in a specific wild spot, so they are there every year all on their own
My asparagus is coming up like wildfire right now, I expect a good meal in about 4 days, yeah!!!!!
Peppers, hot and sweet bell, which we grow under cover
There are a myriad of other small things that I have probably forgot, but those are what come to mind, gonna have some fun, fun, fun, in the sun, sun, sun. Ain't summer just the blast!!!!!
None of these are for selling, they are for our families to eat, processing (dehydrating, freezing canning). We consume enormous amounts of food here, hee, hee. I don't think that I would ever get the time to process and sell any food items. It is too bad because we have a great farmer's market here and I know our neighbour makes some good coin, but I just can't get that time, wish I could.
Our place is like a wild man's yard, things come up all over, and surprise ya all the time. Many cultivated spots too. Our climate is so moist that rarely do we have to put water to the growing stuff, maybe just now and then over the summer, pretty lucky that way.
We can have really hot weather for periods of time, but beneath the ground, deep where the roots love to venture is pretty much moist enough for many things to grow all on their own, saves eons of time with not having to rarely water. Except for of course any crops grown under cover. You will have some interesting responses to the thread you have started and it is so cool to hear what everyone is up to eh? Have that most beautiful and awesome day, groove on our lives. Cindi