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Thursday, January 8, 2015

HARVESTING KACANG MERAH-RED BEAN

These are what we get from my garden.
The plant that I have never care about, but give us a very nice yield.


Look the plant that crossed the line and covering the pathway on my western backyard. 


The leaves have turned yellow, it means that the plant have mature enough and the beans are ready to be picked.


The seeds are great for soup, or other dishes.
Something remains that makes me so happy.

10 comments:

  1. How wonderful to have such lovely beans!!! I wish I could have some growing out back right now! Happy day you!!! Nicole

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    1. Thank you Nicole! Keep warm and healthy there.

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  2. Never seen a red bean vine before! Happy cooking soup with them! ;)

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    1. The vine look like dwarf version of green bean. I think you can find it easily there.

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  3. They look great, lucky you. I have nothing edible in my garden at the moment.

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    1. Yes, I think winter is the best time for your garden to take a rest for a moment. And wake up on the spring with the new 'energy'.

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  4. Always good to have a plant that gives a crop for only a little effort

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  5. I thought that it grows with you baked beans.
    It was removed from the pods.
    In the bean be the same grain.

    Will plant beans after 15 May.
    Greetings.

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    1. Yes, I have to remove the skin of the pod to get the edible beans.
      It's a hard thing for me to take a rest on gardening for about four months. Keep warm and have a nice week.

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