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scarlet runner beans

Posted by foxygardener (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 20, 10 at 16:36

I have grown runner beans and climbing purple pod dwarf beans for some years and they always climb counterclockwise ( viewed from above).But enough about that.I have just read that folk in some parts treat scarlet runners as perennial plants > I assume this is to do with the climate ??? I would however like top hear if anyone living in the South of England has tried this with any success ??


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RE: scarlet runner beans

foxy, try posting this on the discussions side of this forum. There has been some discussion on this very subject I just can't remember which thread.
I don't think this side of the forum (conversations) is very active, you'll have better luck on the discussion side. I just came here by accident today.

Annette


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