|Back yard berries|
And growing. If the plants are growing at double their normal rate, the weeds have at least tripled.
I have a nice size (for the city) back garden, where I do my best to plant at least a portion of our yearly fruit and vegetables. Right now the tomatoes are starting to turn red, the blueberries and raspberries are coming every day, and the potatoes are blooming.
When I bought my house, I'd never had anything but sickly house plants. I didn't know what I was doing, or how to plant anything, but I knew that if I had a house, it should have at least some ground. I started with rose bushes (hard to kill, at least for me) and I've transitioned into a food-and-flower garden combo that uses almost every square inch of my 20' x 20' yard.
Turns out gardening is something I love - and it's great for stretching out those sewing-induced kinks in the lower back!