This is my first year gardening in raised beds, I started due to making them high and wide enough to work on from my mobility scooter. My yukon potato's failed in a 10'x2'x2' container, due I believe to the roots being cramped and my planting too late, potato's I have decided need to grow in the ground. My question is, what vegetables can I plant today 95º that can withstand the next 4 months of high temps? I am thinking of high temperature spinach, before I plant I'm interested in comments/suggestions or maybe covering the bed with cardboard keep it wet and let the worms take over. Worms by the way do very well in containers, I can easily sell them however it takes a lot of worms to make a buck. Besides I should not have named them, now I'm attached to all 2500 (and multiplying), that's a lot of names.