Next week I'll really start planting for the fall. We've still have time to plant beans, the beans we plant next week will probably be the last one's to produce but I will plant another crop the first week of September. Next week I'll also plant another crop of summer squash. We've generally broken the life cycle of the squash bugs and borers so in 45 days we'll have a nice small crop of squash. If you like peas, we'll plant those next week and a follow on crop of peas 2 weeks later. How about carrots, if you want fresh carrots all winter let's plant those as soon as possible. Keep carrot seeds moist through their 2 week germination period.
If you want fresh broccoli (and who doesn't) lets plant some of those. Check the local garden centers for transplants. Same with cauliflower, cabbage and Brussels sprouts. For an extended crop of broccoli, plant some now and a few more in two weeks. It's harder to find kale transplants but if you can't find transplants for this superfood get seeds and start them indoors. In 2 weeks you'll have transplants to put into the garden.
The last month has been miserable but fall gardening is a joy. Start now to make that push for a wonderful fall garden season.