Alpine Strawberries - I did two jugs of alpine strawberries. One jug contains the seeds I got from a trade (about 50 seeds), and the other has the seeds that came from a packet (about 50 seeds). I wanted to keep them separated in case they're different varieties.
Jumbo Thornless Blackberry - Another variety I bought last year on eBay from a foreign seller. For being "jumbo" these seeds look suspiciously small and reminiscent of strawberry seeds. I planted about 75 seeds (a good sized pinch) and we will wait and see what comes up.
Raspberries - After reading about how raspberries don't really grow from dried seeds (fresh planting only or transplanting canes) I figured I'd clean out my seed stash. I planted all of the Black Cap raspberry seeds (all 12 of them), and the entire packet of random raspberry seeds I got in a trade last year. I used the two smallest containers I had on hand so as not to waste too much space on a long shot.
Brussels Sprouts - I planted 22 seeds of the Red Rubine Brussels Sprouts I got in a trade. I think it will be neat to see a common vegetable in an uncommon color. I also planted an entire packet of Long Island Improved Brussels Sprouts. To be honest, I didn't realize there'd be *that* many in the packet! I think 100 Brussels Sprouts plants will be a little overboard, even for my big family. But keeping in mind that I have never gotten any of my Brussels Sprouts to actually produce any food in the last two years of trying, maybe 100 seeds isn't as bad of an idea as it first seems.