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From the top: peas, broad beans and runner beans. As you will have gathered I grow these at home and plant them out at the plot. Here they are ready for the off. There are some signs of storm damage from the recent hail but all are now taking to life at the allotment quite happily.
In case you are wondering about broad beans going out at the same time as runner beans, this is the second batch. The first were sown direct at the plot 6 to eight weeks ago. Something was digging them up, something else was nibbling the edges of the leaves in characteristic scalloped bitemarks. The slugs also had a good go at them, So all in all they were a disaster. 4 sickly sticks with few if any leaves remained. This is the reinforcements, already up and ready for a fight.
Last year I transplanted peas for the first time and they were a success. I've only ever sown them direct in the past. Hope this year is as good as the last.