Bean Watch: 19th April

Bet you were wondering where I’d bean  been.
We have had a most productive day in the potting compost.
Our guys are doing brilliantly. Douglas stood at 12 inches tall this morning, Hubby’s was 9 inches with Reginald and a fourth bean measuring up at 7 inches.
They are so tall, we have repotted them today, and they all have named supportive sticks.
Bean Fifth isn’t doing too badly, but number six was another non-runner, so we have gone straight in with a big pot and stick, and planted Later Starter the Third.

Not to be outdone, we had five tomatoes yesterday and number six said hello this morning.
We decided to buy some longer canes for the beans afterall, so their patch has moved up, and the original six foot long canes will be used for our tomatoes.

The potatoes obviously heard there was a lot going on and wanted to get in on the act, so two of our eight have decided to test out the sunny view above soil level.
The onions are getting fed up in their bag and have started to go their own way.
We can take the hint and they will be put out tomorrow.

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22 Responses to Bean Watch: 19th April

  1. foguth says:

    Living in the tropics puts us our of sync with most others – we began sprouting seeds months ago & have been eating home-grown swiss chard for a couple weeks. BTW, if danger of frost is past in your area & you plan to plant anything in the ‘cabbage family’ or peas, you should be able to plant directly in the garden.

    • We understand we have sunny days for a little while yet, but the weather may well turn again so we’re being cautious. The packet says to plant out the beans in late May, so we are well ahead of schedule, but the last thing we want is for the beans to grow too much indoors, so will see how things grow, I mean go.

  2. colinandray says:

    GO REGINALD GO!
    GROW REGINALD GROW!

  3. fransiweinstein says:

    You sure do have green thumbs. I’m envious. I kill everything in sight.

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  5. willowdot21 says:

    Tommy and Tammy 💜

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