Attractive To Bees
- Jan 16, 2022
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- Zone 6a drylands
I have never put a limit on number of varieties someone can request to grow.
Thanks. My garden size and the consternation of my co-gardeners (wife and mother-in-law) will put an effective limit on the number I'll request My big concern was that, in the 2021 thread, I thought I saw a conversation between you and another Canadian about confiscation at the border if the package was more than x number of seeds?
Sometimes I get a new grower and they request a ton of varieties and wind up being one of the best growers I've ever seen and return everything they had success with. I have others that request lots of varieties and I never hear from them again and when I email them and they never respond.
That's kinda tragic. Wonder why some people never respond. I suspect that, for some of them at least, they don't want to tell you about a crop failure, eh? Even if you've explicitly said that mistakes happen, and you just want to know either way (I think I read that somewhere), some people prob just have a hard time moving past the shame.
As for snap beans on the Priority List that I can be very sure of that would be Fox Family Greasy, and the Kjoto. Suppossedly the Aeron Purple star will make a snap bean also. The rest I believe are all dry beans.
Thanks. Are all greasy beans generally meant to be eaten at snap stage?