Bean, Bush - Royal Burgundy

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Phaseolus vulgaris

Royal Burgundy Beans are easy to grow and thrive in both cool and warm climates. They produce an abundant crop of tender, delicious beans that are perfect for steaming, sautéing, or tossing into salads. And because they're a bush variety, they don't require any support structures like trellises or poles, making them a great choice for small gardens or container planting.

40 heirloom seeds

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Description

Phaseolus vulgaris

Looking for a unique and tasty addition to your garden? Look no further than our Royal Burgundy Bean seeds. These delicious and nutritious beans are a beautiful shade of dark purple, making them a striking addition to any garden. Not only are they visually stunning, but they're also packed with nutrients like vitamins A and C, fibre, and protein.

Royal Burgundy Beans are easy to grow and thrive in both cool and warm climates. They produce an abundant crop of tender, delicious beans that are perfect for steaming, sautéing, or tossing into salads. And because they're a bush variety, they don't require any support structures like trellises or poles, making them a great choice for small gardens or container planting.

40 heirloom seeds

Sowing Information

Plant Type: Annual
Sow When: Temperate: September - January
                   Subtropical: August - April
                   Tropical: April - July
Sow Where: Direct
Sow Depth: 30mm
Germination: 7-14 days 
Position: Full Sun
Plant Spacing: 15cm
Row Spacing: 75cm
Plant Height: 50cm
Harvest: 50-70 days

Climate Zone

The image below will help you determine which climate zone you are in, and allow you to choose the best varieties for your area.

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Martyman, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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Colleen Smith
Romanesque seeds

So far I haven’t had good germination of the Romanesque seeds.
I have put some more in and the punnet is in my little hot house.
Hoping for some mor3 seedlings to plant out.
Love eating Romanesque!!!