What vegetables can I plant now that have a chance of producing before it gets too cold?

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What vegetables can I plant now that have a chance of producing before it gets too cold?

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I put my 6x8 greenhouse up in March. I am in Zone 6A, and (finally) have a raised bed prepped inside my greenhouse. It's been too hot to work in the greenhouse most of the summer. What vegetables can I plant now that have a chance of producing before it gets too cold?

The greenhouse also has a garden tower with first-season strawberry plants. I will be insulating the north side of the greenhouse, and will have water in containers as heat sinks for the cold months.
William

Re: What vegetables can I plant now that have a chance of producing before it gets too cold?

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You will get one zone more , so. Think 60-70 day crops, whole bunch of those , and include garlic and parsnips.. , yours heat sink will buy you a day or two , need to watch early Dec moon. If you can get to January. You did well. Jan moon will be very cold .. good luck
Tina

Re: What vegetables can I plant now that have a chance of producing before it gets too cold?

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How hot is it still getting during the day?
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