Balloon Flower (perennial) 12-18"
Basil (Annual) 10-12"
Marigold 'Starfire Signet' (Annual) 10" (somewhat trailing)
Anise (perennial) 12-15"
Blackberry Lily (perennial) 15-18"
Blanket Flower (perennial) Compact & Mounding 12-15"
Hollyhock 'Black Magic' (perennial) 5 ft. tall
Datura purple (annual) 2-3 ft.
Butterly Blue Sacbiosa / Pincushion Flower (perennial) 12-15"
Centaurea 'Midnight' (annual) 15-18"
Cleome (re-seeding annual) 3-4 ft.
Columbine purple and pink (perennial) 12-15"
Columbine red (perennial) 12-15"
Purple Coneflower (perennial) 2 ft.
Marigold 'Scarlet Starlet' (annual) 12-18"
Cosmos Orange (annual) 2-3 ft.
Moonflower Bush (annual) (sometimes will re-seed) 3-4 ft.
Dinner Plate Hibiscus (perennial) 3-4 ft.
Hollyhock Pink (perennial) 5 ft.
Japanese Morning Glory (re-seeding annual) Vining to 30 feet
Four O'Clock red (re-seeding annual) 2 ft.
Morning Glory 'Black Kniolas' (re-seeding annual) Vining to 20-30 feet
Sacbiosa Fuschia/Pincushion Flower (perennial) 12-18"
Scabiosa/Pincushion Flower 'Isaac House Mix' (perennial) 12-18"
Maltese Cross (perennial) 12-15"
Yard-Long green beans (yes, they're edible!) (annual) Vining plant
Marigold 'Aurora Red' (annual) 12-15"
Morning Glory 'Heavenly Blue' (re-seeding annual) Vining to 30 feet
Sunflower (multiple small flowers on one branch) (annual) 5 ft.
Rose of Sharon pink (perennial) Fast-growing shrub. Will get as big as you'd like. I prune mine back to about 2 feet, and by end of summer it's 4 feet. So this can be hard-pruned it take it.
Rose of Sharon 'Bluebird Hibiscus' (perennial) Slow-growing shrub. Beautiful blue flowers. My favorite! Haven't pruned this one at all, have had it for six years or so and it's only about 2 feet tall. Which is another reason why I love it. :) I don't have a lot of space for big bushes. Wish I did, though!
Heirloom Beefsteak Tomato
Roma - These were seeds I purchased from Swallowtailgardenseeds.com a month ago and this is the description:
(OP) 65 daysIncredible yields of very richly flavored pear tomatoes that weigh about 2 ounces, and are 3 inches long. These paste-type fruits are meaty with few seeds and not much juice, perfectly suited to cooking, but delicious enough to eat fresh.
This is THEIR picture from their Web site, so I can't take credit for this one, but it will give you an idea of what they look like:
That's all I can think of for now. Maybe I'll be adding more. I need a break from uploading all of these. :) I've had good luck with their seeds, have been buying them for a few years now. I like their selection too!