Is it too late to plant???

rosiewJuly 3, 2008

My neighbor just returned from Zinbabwe with seven year bean seeds, a type of lima. Could I plant now and expect a crop?

Another question: could I get cilantro to grow now? Could put it where it doesn't get the full hot sun.

Thanks for your time.

Rosie in Sugar Hill

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davidcf(7 GA)

Lima beans will get a real jump start in this heat & there should still plenty of time for them to mature. I don't know about cilantro (don't care for it myself).

    Bookmark   July 3, 2008 at 1:43PM
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jmzms(z7 Alpharetta, GA)

It's probably too late for the cilantro. Usually by the time the tomatoes are ready to make fresh salsa, my cilantro is spent. :-( Some people have had mild success with it in containers and moving it about in shadier areas.

    Bookmark   July 4, 2008 at 2:20PM
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