Oh, I'm mainly a vegetable gardener! This year has been mostly tomatoes, cooking greens and herbs. I usually grow a greater variety of things, but the rabbits and the mid-summer drought made this a difficult year. But I had a lot of extra tomato seedlings on hand ... so, whenever a plant was eaten or dried out, I planted a tomato plant. When it did rain, I got a good tomato crop.
I cook, too. I am now making many quart/liter containers of tomato sauce to use this winter. I laso bought some large winter squash from the farmers' market this week. I cooked the squash today and I'll make sweet pies with them this weekend. One large squash will make six to eight pies.
I'm still harvesting things and the weather has been mild lately, but a cool wind is blowing today and we'll have cold weather next week. The greens and some herbs will live on into early winter, but the garden will mostly end soon.
I'm already preparing for next spring and another garden season. I'm saving seeds and I've started collecting leaves for composting. I can start seeds indoors during the winter and I'll need that compost in March and April.