After being away for a few weeks, we came home and was pleasantly surprised that our garden was still in full bloom. We had lots of rain this summer, plus we asked our friend to water our plants if needed, while we were gone.
Not just the flowers, but the vegetables as well were blossoming, like the tomatoes and the pepper.
But besides the flowers and vegetables, the weeds have also grown tall. There are areas that the weeds are crowding the other plants, that it even started to look like a weed garden. No, I’m not talking about the illegal “weed.”
When we looked closely to a patch of our garden with overgrown weeds, a peculiar plant was among them. We thought it was just a tall weed, but it wasn’t.
It was corn!
It’s kind of puzzling how those corn plants got there, for we definitely did not plant them.
We know that a corn field is not too far away, could the wind blew some seeds when the farmers were planting their crop? Or maybe a bird drop a corn kennel there? Or maybe the chipmunks? Or could it be the leprechaun that planted them? Who knows?
After clearing the weeds, we decided to keep the corn and not pull them out. After all, they have ears of corn on them already.
Maybe next year, we’ll plant corn in our garden on purpose. This is Iowa anyway, the corn center of the entire USA, and perhaps the whole world.
Not too long from now, we’ll be harvesting our own corn. Unless the leprechaun (lepre-corn?) get to them first.
kung dito sa Pinas, wala ka nang aabutang bunga ng kamatis at sili…hahaha
Dito kalaban naman ay mga pesteng kuneho at usa, na kumakain ng mga bunga at bulaklak.