Mr Fothergill's Purple King Climbing Bean Vegetable Seeds

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$2.79
Price correct as at Tue 23 May 2017 9:25:50
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Product Description

Beans give excellent yields for the space they occupy and this one is no different, except in colour! An outstanding variety, Purple King has long flat dark purple beans that turn a deep green when cooked.

Climbing beans are so easy and will grow on most well cultivated soils, preferring a sunny position. If possible, feed the soil shortly before sowing with a general fertiliser. Use canes, netting or bean frames, alternatively form a wooden tripod and sow 2 or 3 seeds at the bottom on each stake to achieve optimum bean growth.

  • Rich purple beans which turn green when cooked
  • Renowned for their great flavour
  • High yields over a long period
  • Ideal for deep freezing

Product Details

Model Name
Climbing Bean
Model Number
5318
Material
Seed
Colour
Purple
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:110 H:180 L:9
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:110 H:180 L:9
Suitable for Part Shade Areas
Yes
Suitable for Sunny Areas
Yes
Sow Depth (mm)
25
Germination (Days)
10
Planting Space (cm)
50
Plant Height (cm)
240

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