The only thing I have left out there are carrots, beets, Brussels sprouts and a single head of cabbage. I'm still picking carrots and they are still scrumptious! Check out these beauties...
And the Brussels sprouts are doing very well also. I picked two stalks for Christmas dinner and made a delicious (and easy) dish I've been wanting to try, Creamy Braised Brussels Sprouts. Stay tuned for that post!
And my beets got hit pretty hard by several hard freezes; but aside from the greens looking pretty ragged, they are growing and are quite tasty, although not very big. But that's OK...I prefer baby beets anyway :) I made a baby beet, goat cheese and toasted pumpkin seed salad the other night, (adapted from a recipe from The Whimsical Gardener). Thanks, Cat, great recipe! I'll post that one soon as well.
My green onions are finally growing! Once I took out the oak tree that was blocking the sun from my garden, the spring onions began to sprout and are doing quite well. They are somewhat shielded from the frosts by the Brussels sprouts so that helps also.
My fall garden has done fairly well this year, although I am disappointed with a number of things. Again, most of these are due to lack of sunshine from that oak tree: None of the spinach, kale, or Swiss chard that I planted germinated; my beets were pretty lame; and the green onions were very slow to grow. But, all in all, it was a successful fall garden, but not my best by a long shot. But that's OK...there's always next year :)