When I was young, I would plant a couple of hundred-foot-long rows of green beans, then pick and can them like crazy. Once I had enough of them canned, that was the end of my green bean planting for the year. This year, I've had four tiny plantings and canned none.
There are tiny cabbage plants up that probably won't mature before frost, although cabbage can take a certain amount of frost. Carrots are up, too, and some lettuce. I know that lettuce can germinate, then go dormant for the winter, and start growing again in spring. I don't know if this is true for cabbage and carrots, but I'm about to find out.
So, that's how my garden grows today.