Here are the two planted trays.
I have 48 Opalka tomatoes. We've grown this variety for three or four years now and really like how solid they are. They're perfect for making salsa and canning. Thin skin that comes off easily and thick meaty flesh. Shaped like a large hot pepper.
4 California Wonder, bell peppers that I picked up a couple of years ago at a local store. I think they were Martha Stewart brand.
4 Sweet Banana Peppers. These are a first-try seed for me. The plan is to pickle them.
4 Isis Candy Cherry Tomatoes.
16 Scarlet Kale. These are also a first-try. If we can't eat all of it, we'll share it with the chickens.
4 Jalapeño pepper plants. Hopefully these seeds germinate, since they're several years old. I use jalapeños in our salsa, and also for pickling.
4 Quadrato Asti Giallo Peppers. This was the new variety of bell pepper seeds I decided to try out this year.
12 Mortgage Lifter. This is my second year with this variety. They are big juicy slicing tomatoes. Great for eating with a little salt and pepper.
12 Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry. These are an experiment for this year. I remember a neighbor when I was a kid growing these, picking the fruit off the ground, covered in little paper husks. My grandmother made choke cherry jam, so when I saw these, I was hit with nostalgia and decided to try them out. The seeds are tiny!