Welcome to MDC reen
I am in PA too, but in the NE. I would say, plant more peas! I plan to put in some more lettuce and spinach this week. Depending where you are you could be a whole zone & 1/2 warmer than me
I pulled out the long jammie pants here this week, the nights are getting chilly!
We just finished eating the green beans. For some reason I don't like frozen/canned green beans, so I this year I only planted enough for us to eat while they came ripe. Turns out a 6 foot row of bush beans is just perfect. We had green beans every few days for the past month. I also discovered that at this point in our lives, three cucumber plants is perfect. Perhaps if we ate a lot of pickles I would grow more, but we don't. Last year I canned a bunch and while they were good, I ended up giving them away.
The wild blackberries are great this year, as big as my thumb and juicy as can be. I made a batch of jam out of the ones we picked Wednesday and froze the rest. It is looking like I will not have to buy store jam at all this winter
We have a lot of beautiful bell peppers waiting to be picked, as well as hot cherry peppers. The eggplants are not looking so hot (they were the sale ones at the end of the spring at the nursery), so I am not expecting anything from them. The potatoes are doing fantastically, as are the carrots and tomatoes. We have only had one or two ripe 'maters a day thus far, but the vines are loaded and soon I will be very busy
The sunflowers are starting to look like they are turning to seed, but they are so tall it is hard for me to really see what is going on up there. Next year I will grow a shorter sunflower. These are impressive though! The herbs are doing great, I had to go pinch the flowers off the other day
I left one broccoli to go to seed just to see if I can grow them next year... I never tried to save seeds before, so this is all new territory to me. Last year I "planted" whole over ripe tomatoes in the garden (read; left them to rot under mulch) and this year I had a lot of volunteers, enough to give away to three friends and still keep a few, so that gives me hope