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Old August 2, 2011   #8
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Oh yes, scarlet runner beans! I'm growing them for the first time this year, and ate my first bean yesterday. Someone local said the roots get huge and the beans can start growing much earlier in spring than other beans, so I'm looking forward to future crops as well. I cut back a huge part of my thornless blackberry, which was hogging the arbor, to make room for the beans.
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