Organic Romano Bean Seeds (Phaseolus vulgaris) | The Living Seed Company LLC

Organic Romano Bush Bean Seeds - Phaseolus vulgaris

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Organic, Open-Pollinated, Non-GMO Romano Bean Seeds

This frost-sensitive, true flat, Romano bush bean is a delight to grow and eat! This heavy producing variety offers rich, fleshy, medium pods with beautiful white beans inside. Pods reach about 5" and are slow to develop seeds.

The seeds can be also used at the green shelling stage or allowed to remain on the plants until fully matured and harvested as a dry bean.

Resistant to CBMV, NY15.

Our Romano Bean Seeds come from the Phaseolus vulgaris species and are certified organic, non-GMO, and sustainably grown. They are easy to grow and suitable for both novice and experienced gardeners. With proper care and maintenance, these seeds will produce abundant yields of delicious, elongated beans that are perfect for cooking, canning, and freezing.

Romano beans, also known as Italian green beans, are a popular culinary ingredient in many dishes worldwide. They have a sweet, nutty flavor and a firm, meaty texture that makes them an excellent substitute for meat in vegetarian and vegan recipes. These beans are also a good source of dietary fiber, protein, and essential vitamins and minerals, making them a healthy addition to your diet.

Order your Romano Bean Seeds today and start growing your own fresh, organic beans that are full of flavor and nutrition. With our seeds, you can enjoy the taste and satisfaction of growing your own food while contributing to a healthier, more sustainable food system.

  • Organic
  • Non-GMO
  • Annual
  • Sun: Full
  • Indoors: No
  • Direct Sow: Yes
  • Seed Count: 40
  • Days to Maturity: 65
  • Plant Size: 12"-20"

Harvest Tips:

Best harvested when pods are young and tender before seeds fully develop and the bean becomes more fibrous. 

Planting Tips:

Plant in warm soil above 65 degrees. sensitive to cold soil.  Recommended to plant with an inoculant.  Excessive amounts of nitrogen can cause vines to develop in hot and moist climates.

Keep good air circulation and wide spacing between plants and rows to reduce soil-borne infection.

Growing instructions Romano Bean