Yesterday I put in the next to the last seeds of the year. The last will be my wintering-over spinach that will go in as soon as I take out some cooking onions.
My planting yesterday consisted of a 4′ by 4′ section that has a row of radish (French Breakfast), a row of fenugreek (“Methi” as it is called when it is a green) and two rows of mustard (a yellow and red, both of which have very finely cut leaves). It is a good time to plant mustard as it will not bolt and can stand cold. Remember that Italian rapa is a mustard so you could do that too … I was out of seed.