It should come as a surprise to absolutely no one that I did not inherit my mother’s green thumb. Plants come to my house to die. My home is Stalag 17 for plants.
Charlie, however, takes after his father, who I’m certain planted his garden over a radioactive waste dump last year, and grew a zucchini as big as a cudgel.
Usually, we’ll do our own zucchini, and some green beans, peppers, tomatoes, eggplants, and last year, as a total vanity project, a whole box of pumpkins.
They pumpkins all got eaten by bores.
It was very sad.
This year, the garden has had a slow start. Just didn’t get things started in time.
Charlie is dropping in some Aloha Pepper seeds, from a couple of weird ones he picked up from Aldi the other day.
I have a feeling this garden is going to be the laziest garden in Apiary history.
Even lazier than the one pepper plant we accidentally grew with one of our succulents because Charlie cut peppers too aggressively one night at dinner, and a seed landed in the planter.
Until I have more updates in the garden, enjoy these photos from gardens past.