I got out in the garden yesterday and pulled half of my okra plants---little trees actually. Most of them were 8+ ft. tall and had stems as thick as my wrist. I have one more row to pull tomorrow and then till the soil to get ready to plant seeds and starter plants for the fall garden.
The wife and I hit the garden center yesterday in preparation and picked up the following:
6 Tomato plants
6 Brussels Sprouts
6 Collard Green plants
6 Broccoli Plants
And the following seeds:
Yard Long Beans
Sugar Snap Peas
Bright Lights Swiss Chard
Fordhook Giant Chard
Several varieties of leaf lettuce
Kentucky wonder pole beans
That is what's in store for now and will be amended or added to in the near future as space becomes available. Luckily, in my climate, I can garden year round. Already in the garden and going strong are Habanero, Bell, Trinidad Scorpion Butch T's, eggplants and pickling cucumbers. As it cools, some of this will likely not survive and be replaced with things that can handle cool/cold weather.
I love gardening into the fall as weeds, pests, fungal issues, etc. seem to decline a lot and more time is spent doing productive things instead of preventative measures.