Ordered today from Baker Creek (but links from various places):
cherokee trail of tears pole bean;
ozark razorback cowpea (bush);
collards, morris heading;
black from tula tomato;
purple opal basil;
uzbekski cuke and de bourbonne cuke;
topepo rosso pepper (sweet, small red stuffing peppers)
Scabiosa stellata/paper moon (flower);
mixed colors love-in-a-mist/nigella (flower);
harlequin marigold (flower);
'birds eyes' (gilia tricolor) (wild flower native to Cali).
I considered but skipped ordering purple plum radishes (summer will come on suddenly, and I have other radish seed), purple (are you detecting a theme?) broccoli and some Scottish kale which will be fall/overwinter crops that I start after the hottest weather passes.
Shirley poppy (because BC were out of their mother-of-pearl poppy mix, and this looks the same)
Columbine, Aquilegia/McKana's giants (old-fashioned shape, mixed colors)
Bug's memorial garden is going to get some cloudberries and possibly some Oregon grape (there is some coming up, I think from seed I tried planting last year, in the kiddie-pool sandbox the previous tenants left, which I have been filling up with succulents)
I don't know how much longer I'll be living here after this summer, so I'm trying not to spend too much on things which I can't consume the same year, barring flowers, which have to give seed that I can take with me. I'm focusing a bit on heat/drought-tolerant plants and the black from tula tomatoes are less likely to split from too much rain than the black krims always did. A number of the flowers I'm planting have attractive seed pods so that they'll look cool during yellow grass season.
p.s. I am trapped under a cat, send help. ;)