Best sedum ever. lettuce kale and for real this time, rat tail radishes to go with our haunted garden plans. Our theme is going to be Plants Vs Zombies, a favorite game of my grandchildren. i am now making zombies, and getting quite an education on zombies from little people. They came up with the idea, 5 and 6 year old while they were planting seeds, and taking pictures, that next year's garden should start with the letter p. I have no idea where or why they came up with that, but i am glad they chose that letter and not some other, because the more we talked about it, the more doable it became. Popcorn, stain glass next year, purple potatoes, peppers, different kinds of peas, a pumpkin, parsnips, and the like. I said each person could come up with a name, Petunia Plot , Pumpernickle Plot (Hyia's suggestion) and the like, since we have a plot. THat was when Aiden said I want Plants vs Zombies. So i said why don't we do THAT this Halloween. After all, we already have a groovy spider. I thought we could make a pumpkin pinata and put treats (and seed packets)_ for next year. I am all for planting something different there, because i think the insect problem is because too much of the same thing for too many years. I can grow tomatoes at home. We made pickles, and the children's Mother who was a good sport would like NOT to do that again, so that is ok too. So back to trying to make zombies, and learning about zombies. I watched most of z nation on Netflix because my son said he would like to have a little Zombie. At least it is something different from planters and owls, i needed a change.