So let's see... Being in a new climate, there are several new things I am growing now.
I have a baby dwarf banana in a pot. Doing pretty well, but still only about five inches tall. I'm not sure whether it is hardy or not. Have two fig trees in large pots. I think they will be hardy, especially since they are in front of a south facing wall. I have ginger root in a pot that is growing slowly and will need to come in.
I have one elderberry bush and one serviceberry bush. Both are new this spring, small and struggling a bit. But I now realize neither one of them may be self-fertile. I need one more of each? Does it have to be a different variety?
I grew Roma tomatoes for the first time. I'm kind of ambivalent about them. The plant is VERY productive. But they don't seem all that flavorful. And I thought the idea was that they would be more "meaty" than regular tomatoes. They do have thick solid walls. But they also have more of the hard white stuff inside than I expected. They also don't keep on the windowsill very well. They get bad spots quickly and sometimes even when they look ok, they have mold inside when I open them up Not sure if I will grow them again.
I have one artichoke plant growing in the ground. I think it will be hardy. I'm not sure what it will look like if/when it comes back next year and what to expect in terms of production (it was planted this spring and hasn't flowered so far).