If you're female and have some college, you comprise 54% of the food gardeners in America, working on average 5 hours a week in the garden and growing over $500 of produce.
Your median garden size is 92 square feet, and you tend to grow tomatoes, peppers, carrots, onions, beans, peas, summer squash, lettuce, cucumbers, and sweet corn.
I have no clue how large my food garden is, because I interplant it with flowers and tuck a few plants here and a few plants there, wherever they fit. I probably spend 2 or 3 hours a week on the gardens. And I grow kohlrabi, parsnips, radishes, lettuces, lavender, sage, rosemary, thyme, oregano, parsley, dill, snow peas, garlic, roses, redbuds, mulberries, honeyberries, strawberries, raspberries, pecans, dandelions, plantains, violets, daylilies, chives, potatoes, broccolini, sunflowers, poppies, Malabar spinach, orach, goosefoot, cabbages, bachelor buttons, and violas.
The tomatoes and lettuces make me average...