Sorry for focusing on the dirt instead of the actual plant. It's a little photography technique I'm trying out that I'm a little disappointed in.I'll come back sometime soon and tell you.
Answer: To achieve this delightful little plant, while transferring lentils from one container to another, accidentally let some fall into your drying-rack-side of the sink. Next, be too lazy (or busy, if you prefer) to clean them out and forget about then. Then, when the in-law's visit is imminent, clean the sink only to discover that the water dripping off the clean dishes has sprouted the wayward lentils and some of them are an inch tall. Call your son over who then gets so excited that he runs outside for potting soil and pot and plants them. The end. Note: Only very experienced gardeners should try this type of planting;-).
And while I'm at it...
2) If you hang your clothes out on the line, is there anything you won't hang out?
3) What did you can/freeze/dry this past year that you WILL NOT do again?
4) What did you can/freeze/dry this past year that you plan on doing tons more of this year?
5) Have you ever tried neem oil as a safe garden insect repellant?
6) What is the first thing you'll plant (or that you've planted?)?
7) Do you hide/dye/hunt Easter eggs?
8) If I would write a very simple and inexpensive cookbook of recipes from this blog, would you think me crazy? Pin It