Organic Romano Bean - Phaseolus vulgaris
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.
- Sun: Full
- Indoors: No
- Direct Sow: Yes
- Seed Count: 40
- Days to Maturity: 65
- Plant Size: 12"-20"
Best harvested when pods are young and tender before seeds fully develop and the bean becomes more fibrous.
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.