Monday, June 26, 2017

Harvest Monday, June 26, 2017

Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, June 21, 2017
We are eating the last of the Spring Onions that I planted in March. I grew these large 'Fordhook' lima beans a few years ago. Even though they have been in the freezer for years, they were almost as good as fresh beans when I cooked them for lunch last Wednesday. Cantaloupe from a Farmer's Market and cornbread muffins completed the meal.

Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, June 23, 2017
This year I planted 'Improved Taylor' beans. I have blooms and tiny pods!

A friend gave me the seeds. I think they are a kind of pinto bean.

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11 comments:

  1. Yummy looking plate of veg. As a vegetarian, I'm always interested in legumes. Your lima beans look fresh and creamy.

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  2. For some reason spring onions just don't seem to want to grow for us. We

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  3. ...lima beans are something that I've never developed a taste for.

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  4. Our spring onions are about gone too, but the big ones will be ready soon. The lima beans sound great to me!

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  5. Not sure I'd be eating beans that had been left in a freezer that long but as long as they are ok

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  6. Must be a good feeling to grow your own veggies Lea, I tried but gave up trying to fight the bugs ☺

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  7. Stop! You are making my mouth water.

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  8. Wow your onions sure grow fast! Nice looking limas. I probably won't do any this year but maybe next. Last time I grew King of the Garden and they topped a 10' trellis.

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  9. I've even never seen Lima beans, let alone tasted them.
    What do they taste like?

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