Post by Joseph Lofthouse on Mar 24, 2013 14:00:44 GMT -5
Holly: I plant rhubard. It would feel like a fib to say that I grow it, because it's another one of those crops that comes back a little smaller each year. This year I'm intending to plant rhubarb seeds, perhaps I'll find a genotype that does well here.
I'll watch the beans for new phenotypes: I wonder what the vining habit of a [tepary X common bush bean] would look like?
Silt/clay, high-altitude, super-arid, sun-drenched, irrigated-desert garden. Cold radiant-cooled nights. ~100 frost free days. Grow most of my own locally adapted landrace seed. GDD10C ~1300. Author of Mother Earth News: Landrace Gardening Blog.