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My runner beans this year have been splendid, lots of really healthy vigorous growth and the most flowers we have ever seen. Unfortunately very few of the flowers have become beans and although we have some beans its nothing like as many as we have had other years with about one tenth of the flowers.

Runner Beans
The ideal plant for the beginner gardener. If the soil is prepared well with lots of compost, runner beans are very forgiving vegetables. The foliage is attractive, and the red or white flowers making this a beautiful garden feature.

A stem that extends sideways above or just below ground, with new plants and roots produced at intervals along its length.

Runner Beans - Get Bumper Crops
When your runner beans start to slow down it can be quiet depressing, so if you want a second bumper crop, try this tip. Put a good shovel of horse manure in a large bucket of water and leave for around a week.

The Runner or Stolon Stems
Strawberry plants produce leafs that grow in sets of three and other leafless stems where the flowers and fruit grow.
Runner stems look a lot like the flower /fruit stems, but they can be long or short and they can bend and climb in their search for soil.

Scarlet ~ Bean
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Scarlet ~ Beans (Phaseolus coccineus 'Scarlet ~')
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Definition of half-~ bean
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A ~ is a slender stem - sent out from the bases of certain perennials - at the end of which an offset develops. In common usage, however, the term "~" has come to refer to either offsets or stolons.
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~- A stem that grows on the surface of the soil that often develops new plants at the nodes or the tip.
Scarification- Abrasion of the seed coat allowing water and oxygen into the seed, thereby helping to improve germination in some species.

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~: A thin stem that grows horizontally above ground and it roots and grows new plants at the nodes, eg strawberries. Not to be confused with stolon.
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~ Beans In Outdoor Vegetable Garden
Check out this ripe bunch of ~ beans in an outdoor vegetable garden.
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A trailing stem growing above ground and rooting at the nodes, where plantlets are produced (e.g. strawberries). Some plants produce underground ~s.
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A slender stem growing out from the base of some plants, which terminates with a new offset plant. The new plant may be severed from the parent after it has developed sufficient roots.
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Aboveground, trailing stems that form roots at their nodes when they make contact with moist soil
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~ - A shoot, typically leafless, that grows from the base of a plant along the surface of the ground and can take root at points along its length.
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Stolon of a strawberry plant, on which a daughter plant may develop.
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~ A slender trailing shoot that usually roots at the tip and some nodes; a long offshoot of a plant. A slender stem growing out from the base of some plants, which terminates with a new offset plant. The new plant may be severed from the parent after it has developed sufficient roots.

~ - A creeping stem which produces small plantlets along its length. Sometimes called a "stolen".
SALT MARSH HAY - probably a better mulch that is collected from the grasses grown in coastal marshes. It generally does not contain weed seeds and is fluffy.

~ See stolon.
russet Yellowish-brown or reddish-brown scar tissue on a fruit's surface.

Train ~s
To establish manageable rows, train ~s to root in the row rather than the aisle between rows (Figure 2).

Beans, ~. Easy to grow, these vines make great fence covers. Scarlet ~ beans are beautiful in bloom and extravagant in the pod, producing delightful seeds of many colors. (Jim Flint of Burlington Gardens recommends them for bean pole tepees.) ...

Scarlet ~ beans. Mix these bright-red flowers into salads, or in with steamed veggies.
Borage. This fuzzy-leaved herb has sky-blue flowers with a light cucumber taste. Add to fruit salads, green salads or freeze in ice cubes for cold drinks.

~s, which trail and spread the plant as much as two feet in one growing season.
Uprights grow up from the ~s and produce the flowers and fruit. The plant's fine root system only grows in the top four to six inches of soil.
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~ Bean 'Enorma'
Buy the following plants: five ~ bean 'Enorma', four dwarf green bean 'Pencil Pod Black Wax', three ~ bean 'Hestia', five borlotti bean 'Borlotto Lingua di Fuoco', two nasturtium (Tropaeolum) 'Peach Melba Superior' and three French marigolds (Tagetes).

~s are named for their growth habit where each section grows horizontally (or runs) along the ground and puts up new little plants with their own roots. ~s can be cut into several plants - just ensure each has a separate root system.

~ beans with Bougainvillea, geraniums etc, making good use of space
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A slender stem that grows as a shoot from the mother plant. If left unattended, ~s will root and produce additional plant offspring. Strawberries are the classic example of a plant that reproduces this way.
A young plant that's been started from seed.

The ~s can get a little rampant so just prune them off every so often. You can use the fresh tips in salads and stir fries - much like you would water spinach or kang kong (a close relative) - and they are a good source of antioxidants.

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Simple additions, such as shells and decorative fish, add a fun beach-style touch.

Scarlet ~ bean is an annual vine. It puts out bright scarlet flowers all summer and will rapidly cover a trellis. It's available in pink and white varieties.

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Scarlet ~ bean (Phasaeolus coccineus), may reach 10 to 15 feet when grown in moist soil in sun to semishade. Its red flowers turn into pods that can be shelled for edible beans.

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Stolons and ~s
A stolon is a horizontal, often fleshy stem that can root, then produce new shoots where it touches the medium. A ~ is a slender stem that originates in a leaf axil and grows along the ground or downward from a hanging basket, producing a new plant at its tip.

Started from ~s. Not typically started from seeds.
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(L. runcina, a plane) pinnatified, with the lobes convex before and straight behind, pointing backward, like the teeth of a saw, as in the dandelion leaf.~ search for term- n.

Tarragon propagates ~s that can fill the garden and should be watched carefully. It is an attractive plant that has sword-like yellow/green leaves topping a bush capable of reaching about 75cm. An essential inclusion in your line-up of herb garden plants.
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Phaseolus vulgaris (~ bean)
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and plantletsCertain plants, such as spider plants, send off long slender stems called ~s. New plants, or plantlets, that can be used for propagation, often develop at the ends of these ~s. Place the plantlets on top of potting soil while they are still attached to the original plant.

For example, french beans are self-pollinating, but only certain varieties of ~ bean, apple and pear have this useful trait. setting This term is often used about ~ beans and other seed-bearing crops, such as apples. When fruit appears on a plant, it is referred to as setting.

Both of these grasses can be established from ~s, seed or turf. Buffalo grass is a running grass that forms a dense, coarse-textured lawn that is hard wearing but slow growing. It is grown from turf or ~s and it will tolerate some shade.

Most strawberry growing instructions for commercial growers stress removing all the blossoms the first year to encourage ~ growth, for the backyard garden,that isn’t necessary. Leave all the flower buds (and enjoy the resulting fruit) and pinch off all the ~s instead.

This is due to the fine and small leaf size and the deep running, ~s, which can run under the ground below 30cm.

As soon as the beds are prepared, Wells plants young transplants rooted from ~s, or "plugs," of 'Chandler' strawberries. This, Wells notes, is the key to his success. "'Chandler' has superb quality," he says, "with good size and flavor and excellent productivity.

Neighbors may offer you cuttings from grapevines, ~s ('daughter plants') from strawberry patches or suckers or divisions from established bramble plants. In the last case, be aware that mature plants may be symptomless carriers of virus diseases.

Khaki Campbell and Indian ~ ducks are breeds favoured by permaculturists for natural slug and snail control.
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These plants also produce ~s as they grow.
Everbearing - These plants produce fruit in the spring, summer and fall in three distinct periods. Everbearing strawberry plants product no ~s, making them easy to care for.

They also send out lots of ~s and spread rapidly.
Ever-bearing strawberries grow best when you plant two rows close together. Set the plants about 7 inches apart in rows. Stagger the plants so those in one row aren't directly across from those in an adjoining row.

Year Three:train healthy ~s from healthy, disease free plants to the mid point distance between the plants. They'll produce a new plant here.

Special Note: Quackgrass: Looks similar to crabgrass, but is distinguished by its long white underground ~s. This is a perennial weed that comes up each year from its root system. There is no effective way to kill this weed except with a total kill herbicide such as "Roundup".

Sprigs are simply the the grass stem and roots (commonly referred to as stolons or ~s) of the grass. Sprigging is an option for people who don't want to lay sod and/or where the particular grass seeds desired are not available. Sprigs are commonly produced or purchased in two different manners.

Daughter plants, or ~s, are allowed to root anywhere within the row. In the spaced row system, mother plants are set 12 to 15 inches apart, and ~ plants are allowed to set at five-to-seven-inch spacings. Other systems include single and double hedgerow and hill systems.

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This will allow the plants to form strong root systems and be able to produce a large crop the following spring. Also discourage ~ing by cutting or pinching them off until August. After August, allow the plants to ~ and train the ~s to make a dense mat of plants.

Propagation techniques include stem cuttings, leaf cuttings, air layering, spores, seeds, root divisions, ~s, and air layering to name a few. There are many plants that can be propagated using these methods, including annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, and roses.

It can only be propagated from root cuttings and ~s. Take some of the ~s and put them into pots during September. Over-winter the pots inside near a bright window.
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As well as crops that can bear an entirely container bound life - ~ bean, tomato, courgette, potato, garlic, radish, strawberry, salads and herbs - I've sought out flowers, especially night blooming ones. Summer evenings on the roof are perfumed by tobacco plant, evening primrose and jasmine.

Kentucky Bluegrass: Grown from seed. It is usually only available in seed mixtures. Spreads by underground ~s so is self-repairing if damaged.
Bent: A fine textured lawn grass that has relatively high maintenance requirements. Can be established from ~s or turf.

Propagated from shoots spread through underground ~s, lowbush blueberries form low mats of plants that produce best on a two-year cycle. The first year is the growth year and the second year is the fruiting year.

Triple-duty beauty: We're big fans of scarlet ~ beans. The fast-growing vine (it covered our trellis in two months) pumps out gorgeous, hummingbird-attractive blooms that develop into tasty young edible pods and shellable beans later.

Damage first appears as sudden wilting of a long ~ or an entire plant, even though the plants may be well watered. Closer examination reveals masses of course, greenish yellow excrement which the borer has pushed out from the stem.

Begin by using pruners and loppers to cut canes and ~s back to about 3" from the ground. Where you can, dig or pull out recently rooted growth, making sure you get all the roots. Leave larger stumps.
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Add extra nitrogen the first couple years to get the ~s to fill in the bed. Once plant is grown, cut back on nitrogen. When plant is established try adding a 2-4-2 fish emulsion fertilizer in early spring, once buds start forming and lastly when berries start to appear.

Saturate the vermiculite with water to hydrate it. This will prevent the strawberries' ~ roots from dehydrating when they are transplanted.
Select a temperate, well-lighted location for your planter. Hydroponic strawberries need a temperature range of 57 to 70 F (13.8 to 21.1 C).

St. Augustine grass spreads both by sending out ~s both above and below ground, and is normally a very aggressive spreader. Read on to find out more.
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It forms dense clumps, usually around 8" or so high, spreading easily by ~s, clambering over other plants and obstacles in its path.

non-aggressive - Spreads by ~s.
not native to North America - Native to Crete and Turkey
fragrant - Blooms are sweetly scented.
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They may also be specialized as ~s, tendrils, or thorns. The tendrils of Vitis spp. (grapes) and Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Virginia creeper) are modified stems. (Keep in mind that, in some species, tendrils may be modified leaves.) ...

1) A plant grown from seed or a newly rooted ~.
2) A young, reproductively immature tree in the first year following grafting.
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Borage doesn't produce ~s.. at least not that I've seen. Do you have a picture of them anywhere?
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Rhizome: A horizontal, fleshy underground stem or ~. Creeping grasses spread by rhizomes or stolons.

Its dark emerald leaves are great, too, and it multiplies by ~s! Constant moisture is essential. Zones 8-11 or bring indoors in winter. Vigorous small plantlets, from Florida. Last offered in 2007. Widely available elsewhere.

Potatoes, leeks, onions and courgettes are all great low maintenance vegetables that you can more or less plant and leave. ~ beans are relatively resistant to pests of the slimy kind, and require little maintenance other than encouraging them to grow up a fence or around a bamboo frame.

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Ornamental Vegetables
Who says that vegetables garden are homely? There are many vegetables that, in addition to tasting good, are also very attractive. These include: sweet peas, French (green) beans, ~ beans, endive, kale, red cabbage, and ruby chard.

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