Macro Monday: Breaking Ground

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Monday 28 October, 2013 by Uncle Spike

My posting for Macro Monday.

Hope you all like it 🙂

This is a Broad Bean plant just breaking ground, so perhaps 1cm tall.
Within a few months it will be over a metre high
and producing seed pods of 15-20cm.

TINY BROAD BEAN PLANT THAT WILL GROW TO OVER 1 METRE

TINY BROAD BEAN PLANT THAT WILL GROW TO OVER 1 METRE

4 thoughts on “Macro Monday: Breaking Ground

  1. Speaks volumes, Uncle Spike! Makes me think of my students today. Hope they’re interested to grow wiser today.

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  2. ballerina95 says:

    I am just jealous of your green thumb. My herbs die after 4 or 5 months. My tomatoes can”t bear fruit. Plants don’t like me.

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    • Uncle Spike says:

      lol…
      Tomatoes are very hard to grow I find, they need so many sprays, which I hate to use. I find dwarf plant cherry tomatoes the best. Apart from white fly and red spider, they survive the summer well. Even now I have 4 plants still going in the greenhouse.
      The trick, as ever, is decent water, good soil and the right plants for the right environment. Try growing stuff that is not fit for your area and it’s pushing a snowball uphill.

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