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BUSH BEAN - Royal Burgundy

BUSH BEAN - Royal Burgundy

OP Open Pollinated
HL Heirloom

(30 seeds)

Regular price $3.95
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Adds colour to your salads and cookery

This bush bean is absolutely gorgeous. with violet-purple outside and bright green inside, it's fun for kids to grow and has great flavour to boot.

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This bush bean is absolutely gorgeous. with violet-purple outside and bright green inside, it's fun for kids to grow and has great flavour to boot.

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Days to Harvest

65 days

Position/Sunlight

Full Sun

Watering

Medium

Plant Spacing

15-30cm

Plant Height

45-60cm

Additional Features

Containers, Cuisine, Direct-Sow Seeds, Easy Care Plants, Edible, Soil Builder

  • Product Details

    Common Name: BUSH BEAN - Royal Burgundy

    Seeds Per Packet: Approx 30

    Days to Harvest: 65 days

    Watering: Medium

    Plant Spacing: 15-30cm

    Row Spacing: 40-60cm

    Additional Features: Containers, Cuisine, Direct-Sow Seeds, Easy Care Plants, Edible, Soil Builder

    Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

    Germination Time: 7-10 days

    Position/Sunlight: Full Sun

    Plant Height: 45-60cm

    Cool/Mountain Sow: Oct-Jan

    Arid Sow: Aug-Jun

    Temperate Sow: Feb-Oct

    Sub-Tropical Sow: Aug-Jun

    Tropical Sow: Feb-Oct

  • Growing Information

    How to Sow

    Bush bean plants can sometimes produce pods all at once so it's important to stagger the sowing of seed across the entire growing seasons to avoid a glut and ensure that fresh beans are always available to pick. Whilst staking is not always required for these plants, pod laden plants may fall over so using a modest stake is advisable. As with all beans, sow directly into a rich soil and keep mulched to improve water retention. When sowing do not allow soil to get too wet and seeds are prone to rot.

    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.

  • Reviews

    4 reviews For BUSH BEAN - Royal Burgundy

    Customer Reviews

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    Richard Monk

    Beans are growing well and ready to stary flowering_ I am not sure if these beans actually change colour when cooked like other purple beans but am looking forward to fing out

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    Nicole R.

    this review has no content

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    Jo

    Looking forward to spring to plant these .

    J
    Judy O.

    this review has no content

How to Sow

Bush bean plants can sometimes produce pods all at once so it's important to stagger the sowing of seed across the entire growing seasons to avoid a glut and ensure that fresh beans are always available to pick. Whilst staking is not always required for these plants, pod laden plants may fall over so using a modest stake is advisable. As with all beans, sow directly into a rich soil and keep mulched to improve water retention. When sowing do not allow soil to get too wet and seeds are prone to rot.

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: BUSH BEAN - Royal Burgundy

Seeds Per Packet: Approx 30

Days to Harvest: 65 days

Watering: Medium

Plant Spacing: 15-30cm

Row Spacing: 40-60cm

Additional Features: Containers, Cuisine, Direct-Sow Seeds, Easy Care Plants, Edible, Soil Builder

Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

Germination Time: 7-10 days

Position/Sunlight: Full Sun

Plant Height: 45-60cm

Cool/Mountain Sow: Oct-Jan

Arid Sow: Aug-Jun

Temperate Sow: Feb-Oct

Sub-Tropical Sow: Aug-Jun

Tropical Sow: Feb-Oct

4 reviews For BUSH BEAN - Royal Burgundy

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
100%
(4)
0%
(0)
0%
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0%
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0%
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R
Richard Monk

Beans are growing well and ready to stary flowering_ I am not sure if these beans actually change colour when cooked like other purple beans but am looking forward to fing out

N
Nicole R.

this review has no content

J
Jo

Looking forward to spring to plant these .

J
Judy O.

this review has no content

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