These are linked in green to the websites I purchased them from. The pictures are taken from the websites, as well.
Ammi visnaga 'Green Mist'
I've been a bit in love with this annual since I spotted it last year on Select Seeds' website. It looks like Queen Anne's lace but isn't invasive. I'm hoping it will self sow in my garden so that I'll have it every year. I've never grown it before but it was described as being of "the easiest culture". This is in the carrot family and is a host to swallowtail butterfly caterpillars.
Cardinal climber (Ipomea multifida)
I found these seeds at a seed exchange I went to in early February. After seeing gorgeous pictures of them in Sage Butterfly's garden last summer, I scooped them up. It's supposed to be easy to grow and attracts hummingbirds.
Orlaya grandiflora 'White Lace'
Orlaya is similar to ammi 'Green Mist' but is much smaller and has more open flowers. It needs much sharper drainage than the ammi does so I'm planning on adding it to my container garden. Because it's in the carrot family, it will also host swallowtail butterfly caterpillars.
My mom grew sweet peas along the side of our military base house when I was a kid and I was transfixed by their fragrance. I haven't grown them since my kids were babies but decided about an hour ago to try them again. I'm glad my impulses come cheap!
Zinnias were the first flower seed I ever grew successfully. Water, sun, a bit of compost, and being pinched back a bit is all they need to be spectacular.
Button Box zinnias are a compact variety from Baker Seeds that only grows to about a foot tall. These are also headed for a pot in my container garden.
Park's Pastel Cutting Blend are tall zinnias with huge flowers. I was captivated by how soft the pastel shades are. These are also headed to a big pot in my container garden.