trellis dismantled: the end of winged beans at the front porch
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Monday, October 18, 2010
The end of winged beans
We are so used to life and death in gardening. It is part and parcel of the whole big kingdom of plants; to live and to die. Now is the turn for winged beans. What a life, a tiny seedlings in April, having trellis to climb in May, fruiting in September and ready to go in October, in a space of 7 months. We have endless supply of crunchy winged beans over 2 months. Friends and neighbours are not forgotten.