Gardeners are leaping out of bed these early mornings, ready to get their gardens ready for seeds and transplants.
But if you're looking to expand your agricultural horizons, there are a host of things to plant that will tickle your fancy, including bright purple graffitti cauliflower, orange cheddar cauliflower, striped bumblebee tomatoes, and Mimosa pudica, a plant that will shrink from your touch.
But who could resist a radish that looks like watermelon, or a plant that looks - and smells - like popcorn?
A note about the popcorn plant from the Minnesota State Horticultural Society:
"Popcorn plant is poisonous. So, if you have pets who nibble on plants or small children, this might be a plant to avoid."