teeny tiny teapot terrarium for your patio table maybe? or on a table or rock in a shady, woodsy section of your garden? would have a definite *alice in wonderland* look and feel to it!! tOOOoOo adorable.....i'd surely be tempted to plant 4-6 cups (w/ or wo/ saucers) and a sugar and creamer and have a whole little glass & greenery tea service......<3 :-)
Growing zuchinni: many experts recommend waiting until mid-July to plant so that you can avoid infestation of squash bug. Use rope or plastic bags cut into strips to tie it to a t-post. It can grow 5 foot or more.