My garden this summer was disappointing. Even though I watered, faithfully, the drought took its toll. We didn't get as much as I had hoped we would. Some things never even came up, or only gave one harvest, such as the peas.
We have already had our first heavy frost/light freeze. The last time I was in the garden, it was dead. All dead.
Tonight, I wandered over and found stuff sprouting, and stuff ready to be picked. A whole lot of stuff was taking advantange of the recent rains and cooler weather. So, until the darkness ran me inside, I picked about 10 lbs of onions, 15 lbs of carrots, spearment, peppermint, a bucket of brussel sprouts, peppers, some tomatoes (green, as the vines are dead). My herbs are coming back-dill, cilantro and garlic.
There is more to pick, that we will get to over the next few days. I will also be watching the weather and if it is to freeze soon, I will be covering the beds, as that is another advantage to raised bed gardening--so easy to cover.