Let me be the voice of pessimism here.. just for balance.
Tomatoes - forget it, they'll produce some nice flower and look promising, then it'll get windy and smash them all over the place. The half-dozen that survive will do ok until they are nearly ready when sudden wet weather will swell them so the skins split, and they'll go rotten and get eaten.
Strawberries - a great way to ensure the slugs in your garden are very well fed.
Herbs - great for a season then they'll either get huge and straggly or take over your garden. Or die.
Beans - it won't be worth harvesting five or six individual beans, so you'll forget about them and they'll basically die off anyway.
Swedes - there'll be some lovely looking swedes but they'll have huge holes in them where they've been eaten. You'll put them on the compost heap then they'll start growing again from the underneath of the plant.
Blueberries - it'll be either too wet or too dry or both, at the same time. Won't do well.
Apples - you'll get some lovely blossom, about half a dozen set fruit, then one or two will make it to maturity and taste like crap after having got your hopes up all summer long.
Carrots - safe bet, they'll do well and you'll think 'oh well at least we've got carrots' til you dig them up and reveal a three inch long wizened pale yellow tasteless disappointment.
Pumpkins - maddening - big fat flower, then as soon as the fruit is as big as a conker it'll be gone.
The rest of the squash family - you'll begin to wonder if you imagined planting them since they'll vanish without trace into the bellies of thousands of slugs.