what to plant in early July? (Ohio) after harvesting cabbage

I am just finishing harvesting about 20 cabbages that were growing in a double wide row along the south side of the house. They did very well, and now I have my freezer stocked up with cabbage to use through the year.
However, we still have probably somewhere above 90 growing days in the season - more if you are talking about frost resistant crops.
Can anyone suggest what plants I might try for a fall crop? I already have kohlrabi, eggplant, tomatoes, kale, brussels sprouts and the just finished cabbage, and would prefer something else for variety. I grew peppers last year, but think I'd like to skip a year with those.
I'd prefer plants, but the garden centers and big box stores only seem to have lots of tomato and pepper plants, plus herbs. I am already growing basil from seed, which is enough in the herb department for me this year.
Thanks for your suggestions!
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Gosh, with 90 days left you could even have sweet corn, green beans, cucumbers, squash, etc... There are even melons that mature in less than 80 days! Do a little research, the only limit is your imagination.

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Pumpkins from seed will be nice.
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Enjoy Life... Nad R (Garden in zone 5a Michigan)

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I don't know where you are at I'm near Cleveland. I assure you . You can plant anything.
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