Summer on a British allotment - scarlet runners and favas
For those of you who have been interested in favas and runners in the past this is what they look like in July over here. Normally the favas (broad beans) would be finished by now but I sowed a late row and the weather has been most unsummery, so they are still cropping. If you are wondering why some of the poles look bare, that is because I have made staggered sowings for succession and one end of the row is much shorter, younger plants than the other. Sorry about the nasturtiums. They seem to have crept into that album by mistake.
Here is a link that might be useful: Beans in Britain