One of the best ways to have a productive garden is to keep planting (when gaps appear after harvesting) to make the most of the space you have. You can plant warm soil sprouting vegetables in the fall as long as they are kept moist. Sow seeds directly into the ground, just before a period of wet weather if you can. Try planting: peas (quick growing dwarf varieties), beets, collards, kale, radishes & leeks (may only get as big as a pencil in the fall). Signs of autumn are often apparent by the time the soil cools enough to grow leafy greens that define many fall gardens. When your soil temperature drops below 70 degrees, try planting: Chinese cabbage like bok choy, endive, escarole, radicchio, lettuce, spinach, parsley, arugula, cilantro & turnips. Happy harvesting!