JJ wrote:they are. some long beans are black and some are red. (the bean, not the pods) We also have chinese red noodle beans, but Bing doesn't like them (go figure, they taste the same to me).
Cool, JJ. If the seeds sprout in a week or two, I'll learn if the greenhouse will protect them over the next 4 weeks or so. I'm saving some of the longbean seeds to plant later on in March. Using 2009 Burnet airport (KBMQ) temperatures as a guide, the threat of freezing temps should be over by then:
The black circles for some of the readings indicate record-setting temperatures. I haven't finished annotating the record high temps with black circles in the graph for the entire year yet.
The red line indicates the daily high temps, and the blue line indicate the lows.