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Sunday, October 3, 2010

October Green Pole Beans!

Now I did get lucky and this grew from a seed that survived from last year. It grew up the black cherry tomato plant and stake. I left it there to do as it wished. It started coming up in early August.

The Black Cherry tomato plant produced very well but burned out in August. If you look closely it is producing fruit again. Around September 1st new green shoots started coming out. I figured I'd let it grow as the beans grew. 

1 comment:

  1. Hi Gary,

    I’m promoting the upcoming Maryland Home & Garden Show in Timonium and thought that you might be interested in the show and sharing some information with the readers of The Rusted Vegetable Garden.

    The show features the latest and greatest for the home and garden, with more than 400 home improvement, landscaping and better living exhibitors, seminars with nationally-known experts and 8 fully landscaped gardens, complete with plants, fire pits, patios and gazebos.

    Kids and adults alike will be amazed at the Show’s 600-square-foot balloon garden, bursting with oversized flowers, plants, and aerial installations.

    The show has partnered with Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake to raffle off a playhouse inspired by a Habitat residence and built by volunteers. Visitors can also build and paint birdhouses or purchase kits to take home. All proceeds from the raffle and birdhouses benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake.

    The website for the show is

    If you’d like I can send along the press release, calendar listing and images and tickets if you’d like to attend or give some away to your readers.




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