'Dwarf Bean- Pioneer' seeds
- Dwarf (Bush)
- Flat pale green pods
Dwarf (bush) bean. Stringless flat pale green fleshy pods that grow to 17cm; good flavour. Grows well in summer. Old favourite variety. High yielding.
Seeds per gram: 3
Product code: X-012
Quick Sowing Guide
|Season||Spring(or after frost) and early summer|
|Germination||6-10 days @ 16-30°C|
|Hardiness / Life Cycle||Frost tender Annual|
|Position||Full sun, well drained soil|
|Days Until Maturity||52 days|
*Notes: Pick regularly to encourage more growth. Pods are best when young and tender.
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|Small seed packets ONLY -||Economy Delivery||$2.50 or FREE on orders over $20||$5|
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|Starting from $15.00
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Ratings & Reviews
Dwarf Bean- PioneerHeavy cropping, especially if you pick regularly. These really needed no attention at all and produced for months. Beautiful flavour and versatile - you can cook briefly or grow them a little bigger and cook in traditional slow cooked Mediterranean styles. Both are excellent.
Good ProducerThis is my second year of planting these beans. They don't need a trellis. They produce a good crop. I don't think I'll bother with climbing beans again, these are better.