If I am honest, these past few months I haven't been that bothered with gardening. I managed to let everything grow and keep it flowering and letting it all do what it wanted. I have done this since I was little as I never had any garden rules to deal with except plant it and see.
With the huge online influx of house plant lovers, garden mood boards, endless books with nice covers and 'new wave gardeners'- this is a real thing, I suppose some could get deflated and wonder why their garden doesn't look anything like the precious mood board you spent ages making, the Instagram cactus you bought has gone black and now it is all over. Why haven't I got a wall of spider plants in my house?- These are real comments and very important issues that keep some awake at night. My answers to these things stem from a lot of years being not that bothered when gardening as it will all work out in the end and also enough now and just do what you like as it is tiresome.
No question and answer sessions, just do it like Shia said. Grow what you like, in what you like, where you like. If it packs in, it packs in, plant something else. You really do not need 14 cheese plants and 74 spider plants as where there is one spider plant, 73 babies will grow from it.
For examples of real times that not many people will admit to in the 'new gardening era' these are the only four tomatoes I grew that survived. The rest got eaten by Simon the resident fat snail who avoids Edmund the obese frog. I was pleased with the four and they tasted like water. Thanks.