Round stringless red streaked pods to 16cm., used as young fresh beans, great flavour, and as a dried Borlotti bean, originates from Tierra Del Fuego. 70 days.
Phaseolus vulgaris var. nanus
Also called DWARF, FRENCH or SNAP BEAN. Most popular vegetable, originally from South and Central America, cultivated 500 B.C., introduced to France by 1535. High yielding and rich in vitamins A, B & C. Use successive plantings whilst frost free. Grows well in all soils if not waterlogged. Does best in near neutral conditions. Sow after frost.
2-4 seeds per gram
Bean, Bush planting information:
|Plant space cm:||8-15|
|Row space cm:||50-60|
|Best soil temp:||16-30 °C|
|Sow after frost:||Yes|
|Number of seeds per gram:||2-4|
|Rate per hectare:||60-85kg|
|Average days to maturity:||55-70|
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W.A. CustomersDue to quarantine restrictions in W.A. there is a 10,000 seeds limit per each variety.
Bean, Bush seed count is 2-4 seeds per gram. Please stay under this 10,000 seeds limit when ordering seeds as we will have to reduce or remove it from your order. If you have any queries on ordering large quantities please phone us on (07) 5533 1177.
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Please stay under this 800g limit when ordering seeds as we will have to reduce or remove it from your order.