I am assuming many, if not most, here have a garden I thought it might be interesting to compare how things did this year.
Zucchini and yellow squash went crazy this year. We have shredded and frozen zucchini for making winter zucchini bread. I sliced yellow squash and zucchini and froze the slices for adding to soups, lasagna, spaghetti and so on. Last year these cropped were a complete flop.
Tomatoes, we planted Romas and Beefeater tomatoes this year. Not a stellar year for tomatoes. Last year we canned a couple dozen quarts and froze probably an equal amount. This year we will be lucky to freeze 4 quarts. Not sure what the issue was hear.
Pumpkins are running wild this year. We already have some pumpkins on the vines and several dozen more blossums. Last year didn't even get one pumpkin.
Potatoes and onions seem to be growing well. We planted about 10 times the onions and twice the potatoes of last year. We had a good crop last year we just didn't plant enough!
We planted a row of peas this year as an experiment and we will plant far more next year as they thrived and produced well for the few we planted.
Best year we have had yet for peppers. We freeze these too for winter use.
Let me know how you did. Next year we will expand and add corn to our garden.