There was a little broccoli for the lettuce and chard dinner salad, also.
I was surprised to find evidence of a recent poppy blossom. Our weather changes from dry and warm to cold, then warm and damp, and back to cold seems to have caused some garden confusion. All of the poppy's siblings bloomed back in May and June; photo below is from May.
On the sweet pea plant, we found sprouting seeds in the seed pods. I have never successfully sprouted sweet peas. I placed these in the soil, but I doubt they'll make it until spring.
I found sunflower seeds sprouted in this bird feeder. Some recent day must have been just right. The birds and squirrels don't leave seeds there long.
The biggest surprise - it's only November and we have the old tomatoes, peas, beans, and squash plants clean up for the winter.
Compare to this link to the September garden, to see the difference: