2018 growing season

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PLUMPUDDING
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Re: 2018 growing season

Postby PLUMPUDDING » Thu Jun 21, 2018 9:25 pm

My courgettes are miles behind yours Primrose. You can just see the start of flower buds forming.

My dwarf French beans have also grown tall this year and are tied to canes but the tallest is only 3 ft tall so can't compete with yours Tiger. They are usually neat compact little bushes.
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Re: 2018 growing season

Postby Westi » Fri Jun 22, 2018 8:29 pm

I've managed 3 courgettes, all green, but wee yellow ones. ucumbers are there but not filled out at the tail end and they are Mini Much which I expect will be ready in the next week. The long ones look like cucumbers & not spiky beasts but only a few inches long.

My dwarf french beans are indeed dwarf, only about 6" high but I've got a crop nearly ready - looks like mine are taking their dwarf name to the extreme, while yours have ignored it completely PP! :)
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