I wrote a prologue with a bunch of stuff about my zone, but really, it's safe to plant in the ground after the middle of next month where I'm at, so as you can tell I'm pretty far south.
I've got tomatoes (I think you're legally required to grow them as a U.S. southern woman of a Certain Age), corn, habaneros, loads of sunflowers, I even picked up a sunflower. I love to plant squash but I always get squash bugs and while I'm a dab hand at fixing it when they come, part of the remediation is sevin dust which is... well. Likely carcinogenic. So, kind of hard to justify growing it.
I also have a flower bed that's got a couple of assortments of bulbs (I am way too lazy for annuals) in it. It's got like five different kinds of Alliums in there (looking forward to the Gladiators) and a spring mix that's hyacinths, some little things that are purple and lasted two days, and I think some crocus. We also bought some dahlias to fill in a hole.
I have huuuge elephant ears that come back every year, and hostas (another thing you're required to grow down here).
What about you guys? Are you super stoked? Just two more weeks and IT'S ALL GOING IN THE GROUND!