If the soil and clouds are willing, you can still plant okra, southern peas (like purple hulls), bush limas, sweet potatoes, watermelons, and asparagus beans (yard long beans). They need a trellis, but the 'Red Noodle' variety is awesome. Throw basil seeds on summer-warm ground, and they will grow. Then, around the 4th of July, try pest-resistant winter squash like butternuts, or pumpkins if you dare.
Then start broccoli and its cousins indoors, because the best season to grow them there is Aug to Oct. In August you can try some fast-maturing bush beans. September will be great for all kinds of leafy greens, too.
You have plenty of growing season left!
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