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CLIMBING BEAN – Giant of Stuttgart

(30 seeds)

$4.15

(1 customer review)

Massive stringless green beans

Huge beans are often stringy and not for eating as green beans - but Giant of Stuttgart bucks the system with huge stringless beans that you can crunch up fresh, or cook up and enjoy. Tender and tasty, the big beans develop on vigorous plants that produce a heavy yield of bumpy pods that only begin to get tough as they ripen and dry. Let them scramble up fences or prepare a trellis for a giant crop that's second to none. This heritage variety from Europe does well in Australian gardens, and is waiting to give you its very best.
 

310 in stock

Huge beans are often stringy and not for eating as green beans - but Giant of Stuttgart bucks the system with huge stringless beans that you can crunch up fresh, or cook up and enjoy. Tender and tasty, the big beans develop on vigorous plants that produce a heavy yield of bumpy pods that only begin to get tough as they ripen and dry. Let them scramble up fences or prepare a trellis for a giant crop that's second to none. This heritage variety from Europe does well in Australian gardens, and is waiting to give you its very best.

Position/Sunlight

Full Sun

Watering

Medium

Plant Spacing

10cm

Additional Features

Cuisine, Direct-Sow Seeds, Easy Care Plants, Edible, Soil Builder, Vines and Climbers

How to Sow

Beans need a rich soil so it is best to add plenty of compost and organic matter to the soil prior to sowing. Beans do not transplant well so it is important to sow directly where they are to grow. For climbing beans it is best to train the plants up a trellis or stake to improve airflow and maximise exposure to sunlight. Sow once the risk of frost has ended and keep soil moist but not too wet as seeds can rot easily. Beans do not do well if left to try out so water regularly and mulch to maintain moisture levels.

How to Harvest

It is best to harvest beans once the pods are about the thickness of a pencil and roughly 10cm long. Harvest daily to increase production and try to eat or preserve immediately to enjoy the best flavour.

Common Name:CLIMBING BEAN - Giant of Stuttgart
Scientific Name:Phaseolus vulgaris
Seeds Per Packet:Approx 30
Germination Time:7-10 days
Position/Sunlight:Full Sun
Watering:Medium
Plant Spacing:10cm
Sow Depth:2-3cm
Row Spacing:40cm
Cool Sow:Nov-Feb
Warm Sow:Aug-Mar
Tropical Sow:All Year
Additional Features:Cuisine, Direct-Sow Seeds, Easy Care Plants, Edible, Soil Builder, Vines and Climbers

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    Healthy seeds, ready for planting

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Growing Information

How to Sow

Beans need a rich soil so it is best to add plenty of compost and organic matter to the soil prior to sowing. Beans do not transplant well so it is important to sow directly where they are to grow. For climbing beans it is best to train the plants up a trellis or stake to improve airflow and maximise exposure to sunlight. Sow once the risk of frost has ended and keep soil moist but not too wet as seeds can rot easily. Beans do not do well if left to try out so water regularly and mulch to maintain moisture levels.

How to Harvest

It is best to harvest beans once the pods are about the thickness of a pencil and roughly 10cm long. Harvest daily to increase production and try to eat or preserve immediately to enjoy the best flavour.

Product Details
Common Name:CLIMBING BEAN - Giant of Stuttgart
Scientific Name:Phaseolus vulgaris
Seeds Per Packet:Approx 30
Germination Time:7-10 days
Position/Sunlight:Full Sun
Watering:Medium
Plant Spacing:10cm
Sow Depth:2-3cm
Row Spacing:40cm
Cool Sow:Nov-Feb
Warm Sow:Aug-Mar
Tropical Sow:All Year
Additional Features:Cuisine, Direct-Sow Seeds, Easy Care Plants, Edible, Soil Builder, Vines and Climbers
Reviews

1 review for CLIMBING BEAN – Giant of Stuttgart

  1. Dan Ross

    Lynne G. (verified owner)

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    Healthy seeds, ready for planting

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