I thought this might be an interesting thread. What are some things you'll grow again? What are some things you won't? Either things you really enjoy growing or things you tried to grow and either can't get the hang of or don't particularly enjoy.
On my part, I LOVE to grow:
Corn: I will always grow corn. It probably is my favorite thing to grow. I just love going out and picking a fresh ear and dropping it in a pot or on the grill. It's one of those things that taste best FRESH!
Potatoes: This was a new one for me this year. I just had 3 plants and it wasn't enough! I want to expand my potato growth and grow more. They were a lot easier than I thought I'd be. The whole digging a trench and hilling thing really intimidated me. But it really wasn't that bad.
Arugula - By far my favorite lettuce. Love love love. I wish I could grow this stuff all year round. I seriously cannot get enough of it.
Garlic - this was another "first" for me. I completely messed up. I think I put my cloves in over the summer last summer but they never grew bc the corn grew tall and then the winter came. But hey, I still got nice heads this summer! I need more garlic.
Things I will NOT be doing again:
Beets - at this point, the whole "grows in 50 days" thing is not happening and the beets aren't growing that well. I may try them in another spot and see how they do.
Brussel Sprouts - I like the stuff in the market and they take up SOOO much room! And they were kind of a pain to grow too as they attracted slugs and I had marble-sized then finally when I gave up on them I got decent sized sprouts.
"Mammoth" Snowpeas - way too big. I'll stick with the smaller kind.
Greek Dwarf Basil - it's nice and dense but the sweet basil tastes sooo much better. And makes better pesto.