Wow, Euge...you folks with mild winters have it nice! Most of my "fall" planting occurs in late August.
I have some peas that are flowering right now, time will tell if I was too late.
That said, I did haul a ton of homemade compost in this weekend before the storm:
Made a new garlic patch. Little late on that but they are in now.
Anybody here plant garlicos? That is what I call them anyway. They are the bulbuils that form at the top of the garlic scape if you let them go....I let a few go each year and plant the fat ones. Here they are in the flower, next year they will be about the size of a quarter and a single onion shaped bulb. I love some good hardneck.
And a final fall garden shot for homebrewers...next years Centennial and a butternut background. Cheers.