We don’t know about you, but for us it seems to be a bonanza year for broad beans.
Our over-wintered crop, which in past years has struggled to get past knee height, suddenly shot up during May to waist level monsters.
Our first attempt at a spring compost dressing might have helped, as no doubt has the good spring weather.
Either way we are taking it another sign of the unusual ‘veg bed competence’ we have experience so far this year!
Something is bound to go wrong soon, but a glut of broad beans at least is always welcome for the winter store of broad bean pesto we will be able to enjoy.