The garden is still doing pretty good. The temperatures have cooled with 40's and 50's at night and 60's to 70's during the day. We almost had a frost earlier last week, but it barely missed us. The lima beans are producing pods like crazy, and if they can make it before the first frost I will have a great harvest. The fall lettuce is coming in nicely, but the spinach is just not doing well. The tomatoes and peppers are still producing, but the tomatoes are all green.
Garden overall, the two big beds up front are baby lima beans.
This is just one corner of one of the beds and look at all the pods. I sure hope they make it before first frost.
Here is the bed of lettuce, there are 12 heads going out of 16 seeds planted. I can't wait to eat fresh salads in just a few more weeks.
Close up of lettuce, this is Great Lakes variety#118, awesome for salads.
Peppers are still going, I had such good luck with jalapenos that I am going to try habaneros next year.
Close up of jalapeno peppers.
A row of spinach, maybe it will get bigger, it is just not doing as good as my lettuce.
My tomato plants have grown into a snarled mess, but they are loaded with green tomatoes.