broad beans

July 9, 2009 at 7:36 am Leave a comment

Mary's broad beansI’ve never been organised enough to think about sowing in November.  Or February.  So broad beans are not something you’ll find on my plot.  They do find their way onto our plate though thanks to the generosity of our neighbours.  These are from Mary and were grown under enviromesh to keep the black fly at bay.

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