2016-06-14No, no, no - not a farm for raising iguana's. A farm to grow iguana greens. It's a small farm - so far only a few rows of turnip greens and a collard green plant in a pot.
There's also a hibiscus tree that produces a single flower every few days. The purpose of the farm is to grow iguana-sized sevings. Grocery store greens come in big bunches, which would be fine if the people wanted to share. But the people don't care much for turnip, collard and mustard greens, especially mustard greens - yeck - which are Fio's favorite.