I haven't really posted much about the fall harvesting season. We got under 2 dozen ears of corn of varying sizes, two tiny butternut squash, several heads of sunflowers, coriander seed, lots of basil, tomatillos, and a good supply of peppers. It was certainly another learning year, though. Mostly, I need to have a better schedule, so that I know when I'm planning to harvest things (not just when to plant them). Then I can plan for second season crops--I could have easily had fall beets and lettuce. I also need to do a better job keeping the bottom of the fence buried, since rabbits are really, really persistent.
I'm doing the best I can for now, but I really, really want a decent piece of land. That way, I can build a proper fence, have a greenhouse, and start long-term plants like artichokes, asparagus, fruit trees and berry bushes. In time.
I also finished planting and mulching the elephant garlic this week. I might keep an eye on it for the next few weeks and then just let it rest over the winter. With any luck, I'll have a good crop in the spring.