I decided it would be fun to play a round of Twenty Questions-Gardening, except that I would limit my four players to one question each (so I guess it should be called Four Questions-Gardening). For my version, players are presented a photo of a seedling or young plant, and after the questions have been asked and then answered (by me), they each offer a guess. But because the original panel members are not available, I decided to invite some of our forest friends to join in. It was difficult to find willing participants, but I was finally able to secure a cheeky foursome open to new experiences (not to mention vying for a promised reward!). During my quest, I found that it would not be easy to corral these masked marauders, and I had to cautiously approach each one to offer my bold proposal.
My panelists were finally in place–well, they had been selected anyway–and our game would take place the next day….
Next: Part 2 of Twenty Questions: Gardening (or so I thought)