SKULLBIKERS 2021 Everything BUT Peppers GOLOG


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Here they come, the first pods forming on the fall/winter bean plants.



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Beans are looking good SB. I'll be interested in your take on Seychelles. I haven't grown it but, from what I've read, it looks promising.

I haven't gotten around to Christmas lima either. I even have seed (probably older than yours lol), but it keeps getting bumped by another more interesting lima. Maybe one of these years........hahaha.
Great growth on the Pole beans SB,looking at them at this stage you just know there going to produce for you.🙂👍
SB now there's a wonderful display of pumpkins such a diverse collection to and so many tasty variety's.
You and the wife I hope look back at those times as happy ones apart from the bad backs which is one of life's guarantees being a farmer and Gardner thx for sharing good times.🙂👍
Just new it was going to be a Banana tree picture lol 😉 well I can dream of having one but in the mean time it's lovely to see yours SB.🙂
There are some ornamental varieties that succeed in temperate climates. The plant freezes in winter but sends out new shoots when the temperatures begin to rise in early spring. Yunnan banana? I can't recall it's name, only that it was in my garden.
Didn't no about that ahayastani thank you will look it up.🙂👍


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Here's another banana tree thats near my back property line. It's a different type than the one by the house. This one doesn't get much more than a little filtered sun as there is a complete live oak canopy over/around it.



Here is a flower on my neglected passion fruit plants.


And some fruit.