We have a handkerchief-sized garden, and it doesn’t get a lot of sun. It’s also very windy.
So, Martin uses the kitchen windowsill as a kind of greenhouse, and then moves everything outside to sit in the sun when we get it. So this is a patch of garden with all the currently-growing juvenile plants, and the ancient watering can that Martin collects rainwater in.
Among the seedlings here is catnip. I have my doubts about its long-term survival, personally, but Martin doesn’t seem worried that he’ll look outisde one day to discover Oliver has torn up everything to get at the ‘nip.