Bruine bonen Noordhollandse
Dry Beans (Dutch Brown)
Poids net produit 100 gram
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Dutch brown dry beans make a delicious tasting winter meal, great for bean soup and Mexican dishes. The brown bean is very tasty! Gives a high...
Dutch brown dry beans make a delicious tasting winter meal, great for bean soup and Mexican dishes. The brown bean is very tasty! Gives a high yield. The old bean bushes make a great animal fodder!
- 1 x Dry Beans (Dutch Brown)
|Botanical name||Bruine bonen Noordhollandse|
|Harvest time||July - September|
|Preferred Soil||Well drained soil|
|Fully grown in||6 months|
|Full grown height||30cm - 40cm|
|Mature width||30cm - 40cm|
How to take care of Dry Beans (Dutch Brown)
Plant the seeds in late spring in seedbed in open ground. They do best in a sunny location with reasonably firm soil. They do not do well in very acidic soil; if your soil is acid then apply lime during soil preparation. For best results dig in plenty of well rotted manure or compost the autumn before planting time (this must be done months before planting). Sow seeds 1.5cm deep, rows should be spaced 15cm apart. After germination has taken place, thin out seedlings to 10cm between each plant. Transplant to their final position when the plants are approx 10cm high and all danger of frost has passed, space approx 50cm apart.
For additional instructions see product packaging.