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Anyone interested in landraces? I should be growing a few this year, mostly beans and peas. Don't know if anyone else wants a bunch of mixed-up seeds!
.....I just love Red Swan and was thinking of putting it in this year, so I'm really pleased you are going to be adding it. Perhaps I can be back up for in case needed? ......
I'll try for Telephone peas - I apologise for not putting them in the last swap as promised, but fate conspired against me and I didn't have enough.
Sounds like a good idea. Or, if you really wanted to do them I'm sure I could find something else. I've not grown them before, just came across them accidentally trying to source tomatoes and it was love at first sight.A lot of us seem to gravitate towards the same varieties, which is lucky really.
I nearly indulged in some land-race broad beans myself for this season, but as they come from the US I thought it might be a bit bulky and possibly intercepted by customs.
what makes something a landrace? I've really struggled to understand the definition. And apologies for noddy question!
Who is the noddy now? I didn't get it either! Thank you for the definition, Silverleaf.
Also Chickpea Hannan pop bean , looks very exotic for these parts!
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