The cucumber and Yard Longs I put in a couple weeks ago are up and running. I put in 16 ft. of a 6 ft. tall trellis worth of Sugar Snap Peas this morning, along with 8 more pepper plants, 4 collard green plants, and sowed soybeans, Brite Lites and Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard, beets, kohlrabi, and another attempt at squash now that summer is drawing to a close. Hopefully the SVB's will give me a break by the time they are producing.
I still have about 1/2 the garden with mature hot pepper plants, eggplant and lots of okra plants that have it looking like a jungle as they are between 5-7 ft. tall each and spread over 3 rows.
I'll pull the okra in a week or so since I now have more than I can use in a year put up in jars and my freezer. I'm giving away all I pick now. It's always fun to remove the okra plants since the stalks are now 2-3" in diameter and look like little trees with a great root system. Many of them will have to be dug out going by past experience. That is one job I don't look forward to.
Hope the weatherman is wrong about next weeks temps. They are calling for mid to upper 90's and that is not nice to work in the garden.