Last year, gardening was at an all-time high.

It makes sense.

As people were displaced from business-as-usual; asked to work at home, asked to eat at home, asked to shop from home, asked to avoid social gatherings, they must’ve been feeling evicted from their pre-Coronavirus lives. Maybe they were bored. Maybe they were looking for a way to create, to contribute, to return to the earth, to turn the soil and let beauty or sustenance emerge.

Not everyone wants to grow something, but for those who do, there are thousands of resources that address the…