|I can reach for the sky.|
|I must have dropped a sunflower seed.|
Five varieties of blackeyed peas form the perimeter of the squash patch, whose western side is the wall of a structure (against which some okra are planted). In one corner of the patch, I planted some sunflowers. Apparently, I dropped a sunflower seed in a row of blackeyed peas. I saw it early on and wondered what would happen.
I planted the blackeye seeds a couple of inches apart, thinking that they’d support themselves– and they have. But I think I like this sunflower support. I think I’ll start planting sunflower seeds with blackeyes from now on. You can never have too much support. (And I mean that in a good, Libertarian sort of way. Not in a guvment sort of way.)