I have fond memories of several educational computer games from school circa 1993–1998. Possibly from MECC, but I haven't found this game on any lists of MECC games as far as I could tell.
It's a farming/gardening simulation. You have a greenhouse where you can plant various vegetable crops. The only vegetable I'm 99% confident was involved was "kohlrabi." I remembered that one because this was the first place I'd heard of it, and I still didn't really know what it was until years later. Other vegetables you could plant might have included peas, corn, string beans, that kind of thing.
I think there was a weather aspect (X probability of sunny weather, X probability of cloudy weather), and you had to decide how much to water the plants, and so on. I don't really remember the parameters of the simulation.
There were several other simulation games on the same computer; I don't know if they might have been packaged together. One involved making model rockets; one involved racing cars and featured a wind-tunnel screen; one was definitely Odell Lake.