Growing Broad Beans, also Fava bean

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18 Jun 08 mick newman (Unknown climate)
I plant mine everywhere ...in the flower beds and front yard etc as they do generate nitrogen and look good as they are growing and i get a good feed from them. I also buy my seeds as dried beans from those greek shops where they sell all sorts of herbs and stuff...much cheaper rather than buying a packet and they grow as well anyway.
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