Since 2017 I put in three different plums, and Asian pear and a fig that's the fussiest little pain in the ass. I almost took it out Friday. I have Italian parsley, oregano and mint that are year round now. Same with chard. I got great volunteer sunflowers this year and I've turned over one planter to poppies and wild flowers.
I finally got honeydew to grow and have peppers and tomato. I just took broccoli out this past weekend, it had been yielding good but pretty much was going right to flowering now.
Probably the most interesting addition to the garden has been all the pot plants. Last year I had a couple neighbors try and struggle with their first legal crop. I've become kind of a rehab center for struggling plants. Not that I knew what I was doing but I was getting them under the general: 'you're good at growing things' idea.
By next year I should have good handle on them. They're actually a pretty plant when you get them growing right.