Week 29: Runner Beans are have-beans…

The Runner Beans (Scarlett Emperor and Greshen) were transplanted from the garden to the plot in Week 9 and have produced many Runner Beans during the Summer months (including Week 20, Week 24 and Week 28).

Runner Beans have been on the plot since May and done pretty well.

Both Greshen and Scarlett Emperor Runner Beans have been cleared alongside the Soya Beans and Nasturtiums.

The former Runner Bean /Soya bean Raised Beds will become Onion and Garlic fields over Winter 2014-15. The Onions are being prepared in trays at home and some are already showing signs of leaf growth, so probably in a couple of weeks, the new raised beds will be transformed.

Winter Onions showing signs of green growth in the garden.

Winter Onions showing signs of green growth in the garden.

Onions showing signs of life.

The Celery is growing well and the Leeks are getting fatter.

The Chilli plants and Pepper plants are doing well with fruit forming (although they are suffering in the colder wet weather.

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