Dulcy Mahar: A soggy spot can become a bog garden with water-friendly plants
Celebrate the wet in your garden with plants like the prehistoric-looking Gunnera .
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#1 Apr 27, 2011
Dulcy: I had a wonderful time at your open garden last year and you shared some 'BROAD BEANS" FROM YOUR GARDEN. You said a friend had given them to you. I thought when you said Broad Beans you meant fava beans but they don't appear to be. Are they Romanos? They were climbing beans and very flat and large, with a white seed. Do you remember their name? I planted them early thinking they were favas but now they've all sprouted and it looks like they are not. So I put them in the greenhouse and hopefully they will survive! If you have any info I'd love it--Deborah Beebe ([email protected]
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