1. I’ve got this vague recollection of saying that this could be the year I didn’t kill the zucchini plant.

Spoiler alert: it’s taken over the garden. AND EVEN GROWN ZUCCHINI .

    I’ve got this vague recollection of saying that this could be the year I didn’t kill the zucchini plant.

    Spoiler alert: it’s taken over the garden. AND EVEN GROWN ZUCCHINI .

  2. Moonflower! On its fourth life.

    Moonflower! On its fourth life.

  3. So that’s what is eating the spinach.

    So that’s what is eating the spinach.

  4. Could this be the year the zucchini plant survives?

    Could this be the year the zucchini plant survives?

  5. I am so confused by this plant.

    I am so confused by this plant.

  6. Zucchini/courgette seedling coming up. Another year, another attempt at zucchini.

    Zucchini/courgette seedling coming up. Another year, another attempt at zucchini.

  7. Spaghetti squash flower. No actual squash yet as something keeps eating the wilted flower buds (plus there’s probably pollination issues or something, I don’t know really).

    Spaghetti squash flower. No actual squash yet as something keeps eating the wilted flower buds (plus there’s probably pollination issues or something, I don’t know really).

  8. Spinach. It nearly died in the move but has since come back.

    Spinach. It nearly died in the move but has since come back.

  9. The cat came back.

I’m having a dilemma about what to plant next. Zucchini maybe? Chives? Plus I’m out of potting mix, which means walking further carrying something heavy, which would normally be fine but I’m a bit hungover this morning and the kitchen wall is unusually comfortable. Can’t lean on it all day I suppose

    The cat came back.

    I’m having a dilemma about what to plant next. Zucchini maybe? Chives? Plus I’m out of potting mix, which means walking further carrying something heavy, which would normally be fine but I’m a bit hungover this morning and the kitchen wall is unusually comfortable. Can’t lean on it all day I suppose

  10. There’s a handful of elderly cats that live in our street and routinely show up at the front door, demanding admittance. This is one of them.

    There’s a handful of elderly cats that live in our street and routinely show up at the front door, demanding admittance. This is one of them.