Posted on June 20, 2013 by Maryland Grows
Adrian Higgins just gave me two great hints in his column in today’s Washington Post. First, the idea of planting fava beans in the fall to overwinter. I’ve tried favas a couple of times in the spring, only to give up…
Tags: Author:Erica, MG Demonstration Gardens, Vegetable Philanthropy, Winter Gardening, Year of Root Vegetables
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