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fantasies about making a pagoda in bamboo for the beans next year I put mine on the inside so I can hoe around them without accidentally damaging the stems.
My missus loves these, so I want to grow them, what are they? Are they dwarf french beans or? Some I've seen in catalogues include Climbing bean Cobra and also dwarf bean Delinel. I only grow runners, despise broad beans, so am at a bit of a loss
Learn how to grow runner and haricot beans on a wigwam, in Chris Beardshaw's practical video project.summerMore advice on growing beans and peasPlanting out runner beansHow to deter pea and bean weevilsHow to use plant supportsKeeping capsid bugs
Pea and bean weevils are a nuisance but rarely a major problem on the veg patch. The larvae live in the soil and feed on the root nodules. Then when the adults emerge in June and July, they climb up the plants and eat the edges of the leaves
I recently planted direct into the soil a row of climbing french beans - which we normally have great success with. Nothing has come up - so I investigated and the beans had completely disappreared!! However, there are LOADS of small, (about an inch
Hi Guys, Last year I collected seeds of my runnner/french bean plants. The seeds have been kept in a brown paper bag to keep the moisture out. I've grown beans for year's but is it to early to sow them yet? If so, when will I be able to sow them
Hi there, I'm a teacher about to impart some of my limited of knowledge of planting to 4/5 year old children. I wanted to show how fruit and veg grow from seeds and was going to get them to split a runner bean open, identify the 'seeds
I planted my runner beans back in May and after a very tramatic start thanks to the slugs eating them they have grown really well and are really lush. I have beans on them that are about 4 inches long and a lot more coming too. As this is my first
Hi, I planted some broad beans and sweet peas in polystyrene pots in my garage, they are one sprouting up. When can I plant them outside please? They need to go in a cold frame for a while first -to harden off and toughen up-so not yet.
i have sown some broad beans this week, this will be my first ever try. i have never tasted them before and i'm wondering what all the fuss is about. can anybody tell me what they taste like? hello,it's my firstseason, last year I helped an elderly