We planted six Roma tomato plants this year planning for spaghetti sauce use. Were doing great with all the rain we've had up until two weeks ago when the sun came out. Now I've 3 of them dying with many tomatos still green. Cooked up a couple of them fried green tomato style last night.
Sweet corn has done well this year so far. Summer (yellow) squash and zucchini have done well also until the sun came out
1 Egglant on the vine, green beans galore to the point that we're done picking them, and carrots that will be good in a month or so. Funny thing is the onions that were doing well all of a sudden just withered away.
Raspberry and Strawberry plants did outstanding this year. Strawberries probably produced 12 Qts. Raspberries, while producing very little, grew tremendous plants for next year.
Cukes did pretty well as did the sweet banana peppers.
All in all I can't complain for the work we put into it this year. Wish we'd have paid more attention when the sun came out. It's possible we could have watered it more and still been producing Summer Squash for another month or so.
Hope everyone else did as well or better!