Raymond Horn of Herrin closes his shed after cleaning up his garden Tuesday evening as the growing season comes to an end. Horn said he has had a garden at his home since he moved to his residence in 1973 and keeps it going because he enjoys having fresh vegetables to eat such as green peas, squash and tomatoes. This year Horn said the growing season wasn't as good as in previous years because the summer was too wet, and he had to plant his vegetables too late in the season to get a good yield. Horn said he still has vegetables to grow, though the fall plants had to be pushed late in the season as well, leaving him worreid the yield may be smaller as well. Still, Horn said it could come in fine depending on when the first frost happens.