Dry Bush Bean Brown Dutch

A Dutch bean with an unrivalled flavour, which is used unshelled, both fresh and dried. The beans remain firm after cooking. It is a bush bean, so support is not necessary. Beans thrive in the warmth. Too much wind and particularly night frost can be very harmful. Sow after mid May in the garden. Row distance approx. 40 cm with a bean every 10 cm. Allow the harvested pods to dry on the field, then later unshell. The pods are not edible.

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Dry Bush Bean, Italian White Cannellino

A classic Italian white bean, which grows fairly large and has a very pleasant flavour. Delicious in the well-known minestrone soup. When unshelled can be used both fresh and dried. It is a bush bean, so support is not necessary. Beans thrive in the warmth. Too much wind and particularly night frost can be very harmful. Sow after mid May in the garden. Row distance approx. 40 cm with a bean every 10 cm. Allow the harvested pods to dry on the field, then later unshell. The pods are not edible.

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Bush Bean Phaseolus Vulgaris Monstrans

Phaseolus Vulgaris – Monstrans, also named Bush Beans: These beans gets its name from the drawings on the seeds. These can be eaten in 2 ways to 12-14 cm. long pods: the French bean, or the bean itself. The beans have a sweet taste. Sowing method: In may-June at the foot of climbing ability (2m.). Beans can also be sown in pots or planted in the garden. The beans grow best under warm conditions. Tip: Sow the beans on the inside of the poles, as they grow more easily along the frame. Do not wait too long to harvest, the quality is deteriorating rapidly. Regular harvesting of the pods improves growth.

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Soya bean Fiskeby V

Soya bean Fiskeby “Edamame” is a variety that can be cultivated well in our cooler climate. The crop looks similar to beans. The plants are approx. 50 cm tall, prefer plenty of sun and warm temperatures. Soak the seeds for a number of hours, pre-sow in a warm place and transplant outside in a cold greenhouse or sheltered spot. Transplant after mid-May due to ground frost. Blanch the pods briefly in boiling water and peel. They are also tasty raw. With soya beans you only eat the peas in the pods. A fine meat substitute.

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