Tag: plants that don’t need pollination

Mar 18

15 Varieties of Dry Beans

The beautiful Tiger's Eye.

A wonderful and often versatile crop, beans that produce edible seeds that dry right on the plant are both nutritious and easy to grow. Many kinds can also be enjoyed as a snap or shelled bean, giving you a longer fresh supply of produce. Once they dry, they are easy to store in any food …

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Nov 08

Which Veggies & Fruit Need Bees?

Bee Heaven.

Not all edible crops need to be pollinated by bugs. Some don’t need bees, or other pollinators, at all; and some benefit from them but can still produce even if they are not around. Here’s a list of what’s what: What veggies need pollinators all the time: • Cucumbers • Melons and watermelons • Berries …

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