Wordless Wednesday- Finally a bloom!

Yardlong Bean

Yardlong Bean

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17 responses to this post.

  1. Hooray!

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  2. Yahoo! Now for some beans!

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  3. How interesting. Can’t wait to see the beans;)

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  4. Hi Racquel~~ Congrats! Yours are ahead of mine. Patience, oh the trials of patience. 🙂

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  5. Can’t wait to see if the beans are really Yardlong!

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  6. Okay, bring on the beans!!!

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  7. Congratulations! Now I’m curious to see just how big these beans are going to be. I finally have some baby beans on my bush beans; can’t wait to harvest some!

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  8. Oh, I can’t wait to see the beans! I tried to grow these last year during our insanely wet spring and they rotted in the ground before they could even germinate. I shall live precariously through you Racquel! 🙂

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  9. Racquel, I have these growing up my deck. Once again, I thought I had a moon flower, I started some from seed, but do to fading of names on the markers I got the asparagus bean plant instead. 🙂 I have several beans now that are 2-3′ in length and seem to keep growing. Will try to post pictures sonn.

    If your weather is hot, they will grow overnight. So keep a sharp eye out, You may even have a bean by the time you read this!

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  10. Mine have not bloomed yet. They are sending out tendrils. Maybe next week.

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  11. Yay! Good for you Racquel. You’ll be picking soon. Wish there were a bloom or two on mine too!

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  12. Posted by Racquel on July 9, 2009 at 7:52 am

    Thanks everyone I look forward to seeing how many beans I get from this plant. It’s been touch & go this season with the excessive rain we had this spring. 🙂

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  13. Congratulations Racquel! and it is pretty too.
    xoxo Tyra

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  14. Hi Racquel…glad you are in bloom! I know what that wait is like! 🙂

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  15. Later you can look back and say~~It’s bean a good summer!:)

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  16. Beans will be on their way!

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  17. looks good, yard long beans? are they good to eat? just like the ‘regular’ green beans? I’m not familiar with this variety.

    Supposibly they get to be about 12-18″ long. I’ve never grown them before so I can’t say what they taste like but I’ll keep you posted. 😉

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