It seems early, but with saving seeds I already did part of my garden planning for 2023. Plus I already planted the garlic tor next year. Here are plans so far. Bush Beans "Tenderette". Saved seeds. I planted them late this year, after harvesting garlic. Next year I also want to plant an earlier crop. I also have left over seeds of Blue Lake and Contender. I cant tell the difference among these. I'll test the seeds early. If they don't grow, then some variety of standard early bush green bean. Squash - Definitely Costata romanesca and Galeux d'Eysines from saved seeds and Burgess Buttercup from left over seeds. I might grow Illinois or Pink Banana again, I have old saved seeds from those but they are so huge, they can be a lot to handle. Dave's Dakota Dessert had zero squashes on six plants, so none of those. None from Honeynut, either, so I wont try that again. I saw a Bush Butternut so might try that, and a smaller zucchini and summer squash. Butternut doesn't usually do well for me but I want to continue trying. Costata is a bit too much too, so I will grow one hill instead of two. Potatoes. I'll have to order. Definitely Envol (very early), Kennebec (mid season) and Elba (late). I'd like a red one, too. Sweetcorn. Not sure. Maybe Trinity or Early Sunglow. I'll have to buy seeds. Tomatoes. Mostly saved seeds - Dwarf Brandyfred, Dwarf Champion Improved, Livingston Dwarf Stone, New Big Dwarf. Also Reisentraube and Ukraine purple. I might just grow hybrid sauce tomatoes. The hybrid Roma III does well for me. I might stick in a couple of heirloom romas for sentiment and flavor. Sauce tomatoes are one of my best and most productive crops every year. I like hybrids for disease resistance and production, but open pollinated types are more flavorful for me. Not sure about cherry types yet. Sungold is a little too productive and vigorous. This year, Bush Early Girl and Early Boy Bush were just "ok", not great, so I don't know. Maybe a couple of different dwarf types too. Hot Peppers. Depends partly on the overwintering ones. The open pollinated ones didn't do as well this year. I might order hybrid Serranos, hybrid Jalapeños, and hybrid Thai pepper seeds. I prefer heirloom but in my climate have to compromise for vigor and disease resistance. I don't know if there is a hybrid Tabasco type. Long Red Cayenne did really well this year so I will grow that again. I'll look for seeds from Northern based companies. I like Banana peppers but mine didn't do great, so I might look for a hybrid there, too. Lettuce. Black Seeded Simpson from saved seeds. Shallots. A few, red ones from bulbs I already have. I'll look for seeds, too. Onions. New York Early if I can find seeds. Maybe a hybrid long day type, my heirloom red onions didn't do great this year. Garlic. Already planted, Music (hardneck ) and Lorz (softneck for longer keeping). These are from bulbs I saved this year. The Music has been continuous in my garden for at least a decade, and they are very well adapted to my garden and methods. Tree Fruits. For the first time in 25 years, no new fruit trees or varieties. I want to get my miniature fruit tree garden in much better shape this year, and might graft something different onto non-productive or frustrating types. I'm thinking about converting more if the red flesh but not productive ones to Jonathan or Jonared, which I have as big trees, or Pristine which I like a lot. Annual Flowers. I saved seeds for Rudbeckias, French and African marigolds, Bloodflower (milkweed), Cleome, so want to grow those again. I like the Echinacea variety Cheyenne Spirit Mix so want to try that, and some cosmos. I want to extend the Mirabilis row with mixed colors, so plan to order those seeds too, plus some yellow and purple-ish ones that I saved seeds. Maybe more Morning Glories. I might try Sweetpeas again. Maybe statice again. Maybe wallflowers. Perennial Flowers. Not planning on buying any new ones, except starting more Mirabilis from seed which blooms first year like annual but us perennial here. I have lots to clean up and/or move around. The Cheyennne Spirit echinacea is supposed to bloom first year like an annual, but is perennial too. Most of my flowers are in "deer all-you-can-eat salad bar zone", so I have to grow things they don't like. Carnations and salpiglossis were not great this year, so I wont bother. That's all I can think of right now. I might add some turnips and Swiss Chard, but as much as I like them, most are usually wasted. Radishes, too.