Chinese Red Noodle Bean

90 days. Basically the deep red version of Orient Wonder Pole Beans, Red Noodle Beans are even more attractive, both in the garden and in the kitchen. The vines ramble and twine up to 10’ and the large, gorgeous lavender flowers yield deep burgundy, stringless beans that drape up to 20” long. Snap them into smaller pieces, saute them with a bit of olive oil and garlic, and sprinkle them with salt and parmesan cheese to enjoy their unique nutty flavor. Delicious! They love a hot, warm spot, have a long harvest season, and are amazingly productive. (OP.)

One packet of about 120 seeds

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  • Vertically-growing Pole Beans are as perfect for small space gardens as they are in larger potagers accented with decorative supportive architecture. Before sowing seed in the spring, first install the structures through which they will weave their wondrous vines and yield their coveted Beans. Help train them as they grow for maximum coverage and harvest. Beans are native to South America: sow when soil has reliably warmed to 60°F or by the last frost date. Harvest straight to the kitchen at their optimal size for eating, usually when small. Pick filet types when thin. Don't wait until seeds form in their tender pods because by then, the sweetness, not to mention the tender-crispness, is lost.

    Average seed life: 2-3 years.
Vertically-growing Pole Beans are as perfect for small space gardens as they are in larger potagers accented with decorative supportive architecture. Before sowing seed in the spring, first install the structures through which they will weave their wondrous vines and yield their coveted Beans. Help train them as they grow for maximum coverage and harvest. Beans are native to South America: sow when soil has reliably warmed to 60°F or by the last frost date. Harvest straight to the kitchen at their optimal size for eating, usually when small. Pick filet types when thin. Don't wait until seeds form in their tender pods because by then, the sweetness, not to mention the tender-crispness, is lost.

Average seed life: 2-3 years.
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