6 Tips on How to Plant and Grow Beans | If I had to choose one vegetable to grow, it'd be green beans. My family has passed down this particular heirloom bean for over one hundred years -- the Tarheel green pole bean. My grandparents brought it with them when they migrated to Washington state from the mountains of North Carolina in 1941. Beans are wonderful plants, providing benefits to our bodies and our garden soil. | TraditionalCookingSchool.com
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Little Bluestem A lovely, tough-as-nails prairie native, little bluestem offers gray-green leaf blades that turn bold shades of purple, red, and orange in autumn. Name: Schizachyrium scoparium Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall Zones: 4-9 Plant This Grass Because: It has beautiful blue coloring in summer and good fall color.