I dunno if I'd want to drink anything made from something named after ghosts.
This reminds me of the moss garden I was recently growing, locally harvested moss with appropriate substrate and spring tails in a plastic Target toat. Water once a week or so. I totally forgot about about the care for about 2 months. When I took the lid off there was white mold on most of the moss and these fluorescent orange mushrooms. In an ignorant "toxic!" panic I dumped the whole thing in the dumpster. I wish I had done some more research, or at least taken pictures. they might have been the cure to cancer.
Since the passing of my two old cats a couple years ago I have realized I could actually entertain thoughts of maintaining a few houseplants again without concern for either the health of the kitties or that of the plants.
So one morning not long ago while preparing some guacamole, I flashed back to days as a kid growing nice glossy-leaved avocado plants from the pits. Fished a bunch of toothpicks out of a box and started two "freebie" houseplants by parking the toothpick-suspended seeds with their bottoms just into the water in a couple glass jars.
And where to put them during germination? Well I stuck them into the comforting darkness of a base cupboard, where I keep stuff like casserole dishes.
But it's still summertime... so I forgot all about them until actually needing something from that baking-dish cupboard last week. The poor shriveled avocado pits with their toothpick braces looked like satellite payloads atop abandoned launch sites.
I need to make better use of my Reminders app next time. I only think about that app when I'm making a grocery list and I guess it's pretty obvious I haven't bought more avocados lately.