A Watched Bean DOES Dry Down!

It turns out a watched bean does dry down!

And now we have a greenhouse full crinkly dry bean plants covered in crisp pods ready to thresh.

I’m appreciative for what a drive plants have to get their seeds to maturity. And grateful for the abundance they provide.

It helps buffer out erratic autumns and keeps me from longing too much for the early days of Tourne-Sol when our first frosts wouldn’t come until the end of the first week of October. (Right about now!)

How are your beans doing?


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