In times of the worldwide pandemic, many people turned to urban gardening, which, in times of crisis, became something that promotes fun, well-being, and environmental protection. People started buying plants in bulk while millennials saw it as a way to deal with their mental health and find some inner piece.
Some people didn’t just stop with plants. Growing something nutritious and tasty became another trend with more and more backyards and balconies turned into little lands for harvesting.
Tomatoes, peppers, apples… nothing seemed impossible. Until you actually started growing them. Turns out, the reality of what you harvest does not always meet the expectations that you planted and when it doesn’t, it most likely ends up on this corner of Reddit known as “Mighty Harvest.”
Below we wrapped up some of the funniest gardening and harvesting fails!
#1 I Saved Watermelon Seeds From Last Year And Grew My Own Watermelons!
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#2 My Corn (1) Is Doing Great
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#3 Very Large Harvest. Very Small Dog
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#4 My Pear Tree, One Yearly Perfect Pear, No Leaves And 4 Feet Tall. My Mom Made Sure To Send Me A Picture Because I’m Not Home This Fall
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#5 With These Peppers, I Shall Spice A Thousand Dishes!
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#6 My Mighty Pineapple (Apple For Scale. I Was Out Of Bananas)
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#7 Would Anyone Like Some Lemon Water?
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#8 Just In Time For Halloween, The Tiniest Jack O’lantern
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#9 Three And A Half Months Delivered This Beast Just In Time For Our Village’s Annual Easter Feast
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#10 I Am So Proud Of My Chili. She Did Her Best
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#11 Ready To Begin Harvesting. Need Advice On Canning
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#12 My Cart Will Definitely Feed A Whole Village!
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#13 Tonight We Feast On Potatoes!
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#14 Took Me Hours To Slice This Baby Up. Hopefully This Should End Global Hunger. Hand And Chinese Chef Knife For Reference
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#15 In Six Months I Was Able To Turn One Clove Of Garlic Into One Clove Of Garlic With A Stem
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#16 Two Years Of Waiting For Our One And Only Lemon
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#17 This Is My Harvest From 3 Different Potato Plants. Don’t Worry, They Tasted Terrible Too
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#18 This Should Sustain Us Through The Winter
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#19 It Only Cost Me $200 To Grow These
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#20 Time To Make Strawberry Jam For My Neighbours
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#21 Such A Plentiful Harvest I Shall Have To Gift Some To Family & Friends
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#22 A Year’s Worth Of Hard Work
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#23 When Life Gives You Lemons…
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#24 The Rains Have Blessed Us With Some Sweet Mangos
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#25 Just Harvested An Entire Bag Of Lays Chips Worth Of Potato!
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#26 Time To Make Some Scallion Pancakes
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#27 Jumping On The Tiny Chilli Pepper Bandwagon With The Only Carolina Reaper I Managed To Grow This Year
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#28 Guess What I Will Have For My Salad
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#29 Pepper Growing Expert Here — Ama!
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#30 Months Of Labour Have Finally Paid Off
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Author: Mindaugas Balčiauskas