There was an incident where an animal dug around the pepper tray dispersing seeds left and right, but I think I can differentiate the different pepper varieties by growth habit and leaf morphology.
Once the hot peppers are in, there's only winter squash, melons, wax melon, and okra that need to be seeded in the garden. And some basil and more Asian greens that'll need to be transplanted. Then it's just watering and weeding and watching things grow. Soon I'll just puttering about in the warm days of summer, instead of the frantic gasping springtime rush.