Gen Z, drowning in plants, covered in gnomes.
An upstart whippersnapper trying to grow everything chemical-free, organic, and in a way that supports and boosts populations of local pollinators.
The space in which these plants are grown is located in growing zone 7. Its landscape features a considerable amount of red clay, regular rabbit raiders, and a lot of lemon balm no one can quite manage to get rid of. The land it resides on features a wide array of micro-climates, from creek beds to full woods to open fields.
It’s also owned by my parents, but they left it empty one year so I filled it with tomatoes and calendula and it’s mine now.