Of course I also have vegetables and fruit that vary depending on the season and the time of the year.
I’ve been obsessed with gardening since I was a little kid. My grandparents had a vegetable garden in their backyard with zucchini, onions, tomatoes, red peppers, cabbage, and kale. They taught me everything they knew about tending to plants and sprout seeds. Some years they would buy seed germination kits from the local hardware store to make things easier on us all, as they would include the tray with the lid, the pods of expandable soil and peat moss, seeds, and nutrients. That’s one thing I’ll credit my grandparents for, as they were never afraid to embrace both new technology and constructive shortcuts if either is available. They both had a computer back in the 1990s before my parents bought one, so there’s that to consider as well. Regardless, gardening rubbed off on me the most because now I have a massive garden behind my house with an incredible amount of plants. I’m proud of my cacti and succulents, especially some of my peruvian strains. Of course I also have vegetables and fruit that vary depending on the season and the time of the year. Recently I bought a coil of rebar tie wire and a rebar bender and cutter so I can make a fence and gate around my garden, protecting it from deer and other animals. The coil of rebar tie wire is an old coil that my uncle, the building constructor, didn’t need for a project that finished ahead of schedule. He was happy to give me the coil of rebar tie wire and even showed me how to use the rebar bender and cutter as well. Thankfully I already had the welding skills needed to complete the job.