I have 3-4 ripening pumpkins. Not sure when they'll be "done", so I'm just waiting until the stalks dry up.
I'm still getting tiny side shoots off the broccoli. Next year I want to start more seeds in the summer so I can have a fall crop too.
I have been doing lots of succession crops of root veggies...carrots, beets, and radishes. This is my 5th or 6th batch.
The onions are doing great, the cucumbers don't look bad. I still have to periodically spray them with milk to keep powdery mildew down, but oh well.
The tomatoes look great here, but they are starting to dye off. A few have late blight, and I think the cherries have one of the "wilts". They're all giving ripe tomatoes though, so that's good!
I FINALLY have peppers! They're still green, but they're there. The plants are tiny though.
The squash aren't doing too bad. I hate the "trellis" though, too confining.
This was another day's crop last week.
I even dug up a few diseased potato plants last week, and got this big box of potatoes! I think the plants have late blight. While you can still eat the potatoes if the plants are affected, they will start to rot if the spores reach the roots, so I wanted to check up on them.