Though it kills me to give them away as they are so good and not numerous, I split them with my townhouse mates. There are parts of the yard that are mine and I can do what I want with the area and eat everything (the rock wall garden and my fenced in vegetable garden). And there is the rest of the yard, which we both paid for and we all do the work for. I do tend to do more of the work than the others as it is honestly easier to do most of it than tell them what to do. Plus my townhouse mates do things on their schedule not on the plants' schedules. And many of the chores I do have to be done at certain times. Basically I do everything except mow and trim the grass, and some of the weeding. Technically all of the weeding should be done by my townhouse mates, but I do weed here and there. They miss things. They can't tell a weed from a perennial that we planted. We tend to let the Dutch clover grow where it wills. Then the wood sorrel started to take over . To me they don't look anything alike, but they thought it was clover. And they don't get under the plants well enough. I cut down a 4' tall maple growing out of our mountain andromeda. Heck even I missed that one until it was 4' tall and I'm pretty good with finding hidden weeds.
Yesterday I spent dealing with my gooseberries. I had one plant that needed to come out. It might give out really large berries and be semi thornless, but they are not prolific and they taste insipid (Tixia). My favorite of the two gooseberries that I had left was Hinnomaki Red. This plant has fairly draping branches. And everywhere they touch the ground they root. So I took one rooted cutting and planted that one instead. Since the plant drapes too much, it drags a lot of the fruit into the soil. I wanted to get them up and off the ground.
Interestingly enough as I viciously pruned the gooseberry plant I found the plant covered in ripe gooseberries. I told my townhouse mates to pick them and eat them when I was gone as they were almost ripe when I left. They didn't. So I have a nice little pile. Many had fallen off already, but I got about two cups of ripe berries.