After harvesting the garlic over the weekend, the only crop left in the ground from winter was the fingerling potatoes. Last night, Adam and I went out at 8:30 and harvested those. So that was the official end to the winter crops.
This means the second planting of corn can go in, and it also means we are solidly in to the summer season. At 90 degrees today, there really was no doubt.
There's a happy side to this, though - I noticed the first cherry tomatoes, tiny Mexican Midget, are coming on. Soon we'll have fresh tomatoes!