Guess what happens when you overplant a community garden? Stuff gasps, then dies.
I’d be more upset about the passing of my squash vines if they’d actually produced something. But now I know better; ONE squash plant per small surface area. I also notice that the “free” tomato plants are spindly. Guess that’s what happens if you 1) let last year’s tomatoes go to seed and sprout next year, and 2) don’t selectively pinch off stems when the plant starts growing. Seriously, they’re like vines! Kinda cool, but not very productive. I’m looking at this season as my “let’s see what happens!” season. Continue reading “Community garden-ness”