Yep. Those too. It's kind of amazing that the game plants can look so much like the real plants where I live. I mean.... this isn't a hotbed of "growing things everywhere" - we don't have much cultivated land here. But the wild plants and herbs.... those are what I equate to the game's plants.
Mostly here we have evergreens, cottonwood, poplar, and some "introduced" fruitstock. People plant tomatoes, peppers, beans, peas, cukes, carrots, corn, potatoes. Most of that is hit and miss. On our hill, we stop at tomatoes, peppers, and the occasional cuke. Mostly, we get tomatoes to pick green in October - to ripen in the basement. Then again, we have fresh tomatoes for Thanksgiving most years.
Gotta love basements.
Oh, most years we do get beans. In fact, by the time they quit producing, I'm SO DONE WITH BEANS. *sigh* I don't want to can any more, and unless we go buy another freezer (to replace the one from 1976 that bought the farm), I don't have room to go there.... So mostly I use some, and give the rest away.
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Loving fantasy since 1960 or so, FRPGs since 1975 (appx), and CRPGs since 1985....
When the Dark comes rising, six shall turn it back,
Three from the Circle, three from the track;
Wood, bronze, iron; water, fire, stone:
Five will return, and one go on alone.