… with vermicompost, manure and The Drift Farm heirloom vegetables!
This is a flowering broad bean I planted a couple of weeks ago. Although I planted in April, May is still a great time to sow. The beauty of broad beans is that they grow well from seed and are perfect for urban gardens. Read on for 5 reasons to plant broad beans.
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