The only thing that is not thriving this year, or at least doing reasonably well, are carrots & potatoes. Carrots just hate me. The potatoes were started with grocery store potatoes because I didn't go to the co-op to buy seed potatoes. All the other seeds were from previous gardens or purchased last winter before the creeping crud hit.
We've had a nonstop supply of chards & kales since last fall. Still plucking a few cabbage leaves. Harvested a nice batch of turnips & beets this year. Some tasty asparagus too. Garlic & fava beans both did very well over winter. Recently started harvesting several types of beans. Tomatoes are just now starting to ripen. Picked the first few yesterday. Strawberries, corn, sweet potatoes, black eyed peas, & okra are all doing good. We've been eating a small but steady supply of yellow squash & zucchini. Butternut & spaghetti squash are about baseball sized now. No sign of watermelons or pumpkins yet but they look healthy & are starting to flower. Sunroots are 6-7 feet tall & starting to flower. Walking onions are walking. Rhubarb has HUGE stalks & leaves this year. A very late frost impeded things a little but it's hard to tell now. Except peppers. Didn't restart enough of them. Buckwheat & peanuts are doing good. Those are almost guaranteed to grow here. Buckwheat is mostly for chickens & bees but so far I've harvested 10 or 15 pounds for people food. The elderberry looks good except one that was knocked over by storms twice. They are fairly young plants so this year looks to be their first significant harvest.
Borage, comfrey, sunflowers, & flowers in general are all blooming. The yarrow looks like it needs help. Cukes are marginal but will probably continue to produce. Cantaloupes are picking up the slack!