It is always a hit or miss to get plants thru the heat of August to the nicer, gentler temps of Sept and Oct. This year has been my best one so far. Peppers and Eggplants always make it, and did well this year, but so did some tomato plants, and a second crop of corn. As plants died this year I planted either okra or rattlesnake bean seed in those spots. These plants have done well this late summer and early fall. Most of these plants are second planting.
Always difficult to keep the tomato plants going, especially in containers on the hot pier. But this plant is my best one to survive, has a healthy look and still producing tomatoes. I think it is Fantastic or Better Boy, or one of each.
The replant of beans are doing great, lots of blooms and some good eating real soon
Second planting of Fantastic tomatoes. Some of the leaves were stripped by a ground hog, but he is no more
Also, saved a lot of bean seed from the first planting