'Bush Bean- Royal Burgundy' seeds
- Dwarf (Bush)
- Purple pods to 15cm
- Good variety for cool climates
Dwarf (bush) bean. Round purple pods with green interior that grow to 15cm and turn green when cooked. High yielding. Good variety for cooler climates.
Seeds per gram: 4
Product code: X-032_P
Best Months to Sow
Quick Sowing Guide
|Season||Spring(or after frost) and early summer|
|Germination||7-10 days @ 20-26°C|
|Hardiness / Life Cycle||Frost tender Annual|
|Position||Full sun, well drained soil|
|Days Until Maturity||60 days|
*Notes: Pick regularly to encourage more growth. Pods are best when young and tender.
How To Grow
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Ratings & Reviews
Bush Bean- Royal BurgundyGreat germination rate with these seeds and only lost one plant when transplanted to the garden bed. All plants produced well and the beans were really tasty. My mum even loved eating them and she hates beans!
love themas story as with other beans I planted. Bought those seeds in 2016 and had very poor outcome - due to my VERY POOR SOIL in one particular garden bed. In 2017 I had probably 6-7 seeds left in the packet, planted them in different bed with good soil. Had a great crop. saved about 1 cup of this year seed for the next year. Nice flavour when cooked. Also my plants continued to produce after I picked up dry pods and was going to pull plants out. Noticed some flowers on them, and let it grow. Now we are into autumn, I still have fresh beans.