Stoksnijbonen raadsheer nabouw
French Climbing Beans 100 Gr
1 Pack of seeds
French Climbing Beans have exceptional flavour, very easy to grow and are suitable for small gardens. They give a high yields continuously over a...
French Climbing Beans have exceptional flavour, very easy to grow and are suitable for small gardens. They give a high yields continuously over a long season for little work. To enjoy at their best, pick when young and tender and cook the pods whole.If pods are left to mature on the plant they can be dried and shelled as haricot beans for winter use.
|Botanical name||Stoksnijbonen raadsheer nabouw|
|Seed bag weight||100 gram|
|Harvest time||July - September|
|Plant spacing||8 cm|
|Plant Depth||3 cm|
|Preferred Soil||Well drained soil|
|Fully grown in||6 months|
|Full grown height||80 cm - 100 cm|
|Mature width||80 cm - 100 cm|
How to take care of French Climbing Beans 100 Gr
French beans need a warm, sunny spot in well-drained soil. Fork in some well-rotted manure in late autumn or early winter before you sow your beans. They are tender and don’t like frost or cold temperatures, so wait until May or June to sow the seeds.It is best to start the beans in small pots, and sow two beans per pot 5cm (2in) deep (only plant the strongest plant). Place the pots outside in a coldframe or in a sheltered position. Once the beans reach 8cm (3in) tall you can plant them out into their final positions.For an earlier crop you can sow in April, but you will need to keep these pots indoors, and then can plant outside at the end of May.
For additional instructions see product packaging.