We are officially zone 5 in Eastern WA but practically more a zone 4. Last frost can be as late as June 1st and about every 5 years we get a frost in July or August. We had rain here this year in July when most of the country was in a drought but we also had a very late summer and already had frost twice. The great thing was that the lettuce did not bolt until late July. I was able to plant an additional garden in a better location with some more sun and was able to grow a few nice water melons for the first time ever.
We had a bumper crop of tomatoes but had to harvest more than half green. Zucchini were abundant as well and we eat them as spaghetti now which is great for our low-carb diet. Eggplant and peppers didn't do so well.
I'm learning to live with the weather and plant mostly cold-hardy veggies, leafy greens,onions, garlic, a few beets and carrots. I also planted some additional trees, 2 prune plums, 2 western hazelnuts, a gooseberry shrub. I also grew some rhubarb from seed and next year should be able to supply our whole town with rhubarb plants, LOL.
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