Excellent Windsor Beans

by Gaylene
(New Mexico)

I love fava Windsor beans. They are easy to grow, good for the soil, good for humans. They have even been linked (anecdotally) to providing dopamine for Parkinson's sufferers. They are susceptible to aphids. If you see ants, that means there are aphids present (you usually don't see the sneaky little pests themselves). A soap spray at first indication will help rid the aphids. But even if you have some aphids, these beans are so well 'packaged' naturally - that the beans can survive a lot! I say everybody should plant these fava beans.

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Oct 15, 2019
Fava Windsor Beans And Aphids
by: Juanita

Hi Gaylene,
Thank you for choosing David's Garden Seeds®! Thank you for the kind words about our packaging. Our Fava Windsor Beans are pretty great. They grow well and I think you will love them.

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