I finally got around to putting up the fencing to keep the deer away. I never really had a problem other than a couple of times I noticed something had been in there.
In the spring I planted from seed, but for the fall I planted these plants that Lowe's had which includes cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, red romaine, green romaine, and some leftover celery that never produced from the summer.
My next project is getting a compost er and learning how to compost to add more nutrients to the mixture of vermiculite, compost, and peat moss that I have so far.
The main things that did well in the summer were grape tomatoes and green beans.
I also had one small pumpkin grow and ripen to orange just in time for Halloween.
I hope everyone can get some seeds or a plant or two and experiment with beginning to grow some of their own food. Now is the perfect time to plan ahead on paper and do your research for your spring garden.