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Growing Asparagus Pea, also Winged bean

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08 Dec 14 Angie (Australia - temperate climate)
Just bought a pack of winged bean seeds from Bunning... Anyone grow them here in Melbourne before? Any growing tip?
03 May 15 Glen (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
They do not like hot weather so I would suggest that after soaking the beans in slightly warm water for a couple of hours you plant say midway to end of September in Melbourne.... Cheers- Glen
09 Dec 14 Glen (Australia - tropical climate)
Best to partially cover them with water and soak them until they get soft and then plant them10mm deep do not water them until they appear. regards
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