The first one is speckled whipporwill peas. I am weighing out an ounce of these at a time.
These are a semi-vining cowpea that improves the soil and produces lots of tasty peas!
Tennessee Greasy beans - 25 seeds each, these are huge and prolific - but they start a bit late compared to others planted at the same time. Well worth waiting for. The pods are purple and the beans dry out white and black speckles at first, then darken to this color over the winter.
And an Esme flower - she says she grew from seeds, too *ha*