This was supposed to be my dandelion greens post, but they are taking forever to grow large enough to eat. Silly me, I thought that they would grow like, well, weeds. I could have harvested some out of neighbors' yards, but I don't know what kinds of chemicals everyone uses. My pot of organically-grown weeds is the safest bet next to spending big bucks to buy them at the farmers' market.
The basil in the window is extremely happy. I thinned it down to three stalks. Most gardening websites say you should only have one basil plant per pot, but I don't have that much faith in my ability to keep a plant alive. The ones I planted outside aren't doing as well, but they're still trying. They aren't getting as much water as the indoor ones, plus the soil isn't as good.
After a year of hoping that the gardener wouldn't pull the artichoke plant, thinking it was a weed, I finally have one artichoke bud! It would take an electron microscope to get a good picture of it, but it counts as a success in my book.