Stand up and be counted

      Finally we've had a few hard frosts and in the last month they have turned the ground to iron and the farmer's broad beans just collapsed and looked as if they were finished. A nasty business really. Then as the milder weather returned here are the Aquadulce standing beautifully to attention again.
      There'll be a two more rows planted sequentially so that we can enjoy early, mid-season and late-season beans. That works for us because there is nothing like lovely fresh baby broad beans.
      Well, apart from lovely freshly picked peas, new potatoes, tomatoes, strawberries, apples, plums; anyway you get my drift.


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