My Dear Sorrel Bed,
I’m sorry we had to part ways like this. I planted you early this spring not knowing what vigorous growers you are. And I was so happy and surprised to see you bush out and fill the bed. But unfortunately a rogue tomato plant decided to grow too close and started to encroach upon you flattening many of you. I tried to do what I could to save the undamaged plants but when I saw that rogue tomato had begun bearing hundreds of tasty bright orange cherry tomatoes and that you, dear sorrel bed, were in my way of harvesting these tomatoes, well I knew your time was up. I just wish I thought of taking a picture of you before uprooting and composting you all. So let this be a lesson to all the other plants in my garden. Nothing comes between me and my tomatoes.
-Yaznotthepill aka the sorrel killer.