My initial plans are this: Grow all 36 released Dwarfs in the driveway (three reasons - to provide a good supply of seed for each, to support an upcoming magazine article, and because they are really good varieties). The only other driveway tomatoes will be plants from what I hope are 4 successful crosses from last year. I hope to use a combination of large containers and straw bales for the tomatoes. Add to that a row of eggplant and a row of peppers (grow bags or containers), and that's that. The deck will be where our Sungolds will grow (they quickly outgrow our dogs).
As far as the side yard garden, working front to back, will be a row of greens, row of beans (both in soil), then a series of straw bales hosting cukes, squash, and a few new crops for me in bales - leeks, potatoes, carrots and sweet potatoes.
Those are the plans - now I need to start getting specific on dates for seed starting and preparations. My first book promotion trip is coming soon - January 24 - and time is flying!
As far as seedling sales from my driveway, I've yet to draw up my variety lists, but I can guarantee that the selection will be more focused than in previous years - again, due to time constraints.
Stay tuned for more info! And Happy New Year!