You’ve learned which ones to weed out, not to let just anything into your bed, and that you can’t change a bad seed. Have we got a pea in the pod for you. SeattleFarm keeps it local by creating backyard vegetable gardens throughout Seattle that feed its Community Supported Agriculture program. The company will come to your house; evaluate your soil; build the type of garden that’s best (raised or standard); and plant, tend, sow, and deliver fresh veggies to your door weekly. (Whew. A farmer’s work is never done.) If you don’t have space to spare, you can reap the benefits by enrolling in the produce delivery program or shopping Seattle-grown veggies at Queen Anne’s Eat Local come harvest. Just sit back and enjoy your salad days. For more information, go to seattlefarm.com or e-mail email@example.com.