Last weekend, the first
Calima Rocquencourt bean plant that was transplanted started to produce blossoms. A wonderful sign. This weekend, I was pleased to find tiny string beans where the blossoms used to hang. I counted three teeny string beans hanging off the vine. The tiny string beans are cute. I hope these string beans grow a bit more. As they are now, we wouldn’t be able to enjoy them.
I’m looking forward to more blossoms, and beans. I’ll be keeping a watchful eye on this plant. In the same planter, I direct sowed
more Calima beans and one had emerged – woo-hoo! I hope the other one pops up shortly.