Tendergreen Snap Green Bean - I was happy with this variety. It grew quickly and provided one main crop with a second picking. I liked that it was a bush variety and didn't need to be trellised. The beans were typical green beans with good flavor.
Royal Burgundy Snap Beans - These beans are a wonderful deep purple. I picked them specifically just for the color. They were prolific bushy plants. My only wish is that they held their color when cooked.
Kenearly Yellow & Jacobs Cattle - Both of these drying beans did similarly. Both had trouble with disease and were spotted with yellow and brown splotches. The harvest was mediocre. I have extra seeds so I might try them again but I'm not sure if it is worth the space. I will have to try the beans soon and decide if they have excellent flavor worth taking up the space.
American Flag Large Leeks - This was my first time growing leeks. I was overall happy with the final plants. Some were very large, some skinny. I still have some in the ground waiting to be picked, I want to see how well they do with in ground winter storage.
California Garlic - This is a soft neck variety that did poorly two years in a row. Every bulb was tiny and if I was lucky some were small. I don't ever want to try this variety again.
Yellow Stuttgarter - These onions also did poorly. All of my onions were tiny and small. It might be my clay soil, despite the fact that I have amended it and loosened it. But I am still on the quest for an onion that does great for me.