This is my garden. It consists of three large pots containing large, unproductive plants. We don't even know for sure what we planted. It's kind of pathetic.
OK, it's very pathetic!
Most of my friends have real gardens, the kind that get planted in the ground, on time, and that actually produce enough vegetables to eat.
Lucky for me, though, sometimes my friends have plants that overproduce, and they start giving fruits and vegetables away.
So far this summer we've been given blackberries, crookneck squash, basil and other herbs, yellow squash, cucumbers, green bell peppers, zucchini, and now cherry tomatoes. A lot of cherry tomatoes! (Thanks, Deborah!)
I kind of like this gardening business! My friends do all the work, and I reap only the benefits. I get to spend time with other moms, my kids get to play with other kids, and oh, yeah, we get to eat lots of yummy things, too!