QOTD: Has the pandemic caused you to expand your garden?

Here is the Question of the Day:

According to Rutgers, 40% of the food grown in the U.S. in 1944 came from victory gardens. A current map from National Gardening Association shows Delaware on the cusp of the Northeast region, where 22% of people have home gardens, and the South, the smallest geographic region but where more folks garden (29%). Most people get much of their food via supply chains that the pandemic has demonstrated can be easily disrupted. If you currently have a home garden, what do you grow in it? How did you expand it or will you next year given the pandemic?

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