A Case for bush (dwarf?) beans

A Case for bush (dwarf?) beans

There is no arguing that pole beans yield far more beans than bush beans, and I certainly couldn't imagine canning a years supply without them. Nonetheless, bush beans also have a place in the garden. For one thing they bear earlier, witness today's harvest, a good two weeks before their pole bean cousins. For another, they can be planted continuously whenever a spot in the garden opens up. I plant 6-8 beans to replace each cauliflower plant as they come out. For another, they are in and out quickly, so the beans I plant today will be out of the ground in time to transplant some kale or brussel sprouts.
A favorite flower.

A favorite flower.

you can almost hear the corn grow!

you can almost hear the corn grow!

Bathroom decor ideas please!

Bathroom decor ideas please!

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UNKNOWN PLANT.

New garden pictures

New garden pictures

End of June Blooms.

End of June Blooms.