good beans to plant for fall harvest?
Hello all. I'm pretty new to vegetable gardening. In the past I've had tomatoes and peppers in pots, and last year and this year I've added cukes, squash, dragon tongue beans, and some herbs. I planted the beans only because my kids found some that I'd saved from years ago when I worked on a csa -- to my surprise, 4 out of the 9 that we planted sprouted and are now growing nicely. I don't know if we'll get a harvest or not, but I thought it'd be fun to try planting some more beans for a fall crop. I'm especially fond of eating fresh limas and fresh favas, but am open to anything really. I'd appreciate any advice on what might be a good bean to plant in zone 7 (Baltimore City to be exact) for a fall crop, and also the best time to plant it -- any ideas? Thanks very much!