French Beans - Runners 'Neckarkönigin' - Seed

Phaseolus - vulgaris - 'Neckarkönigin'
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Enjoy this lovely soft bean

Wax bean 'Neckarkönigin' (Phaseolus vulgaris) is a very robust and well known variety giving a high yield of stringless beans per plant. The fleshy, long, thick round pods (about 28 cm) stay tender for a long time. These beans can be used as haricots and green beans and have an excellent taste. 'Neckarkönigin' is a lush grower.
Extra info-
Latin name Phaseolus - vulgaris - 'Neckarkönigin'
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Edible No
Naturalizing No
Grafted No
Harvesting August - October
Growing Height 250 cm

Harvesting

August - October

Planting+
These seeds require no prior treatment but steeping overnight in lukewarm water will encourage germination. Runner beans are large plants and are vigorous climbers. In order to accommodate this, they need to be well supported - use bamboo canes of up to 3 metres long in a wigwam, 40 cm between canes. You could also train them up garden twine hung from above - a frame is however more sturdy and recommended. Keep a work path of 80 cm between rows for maintenance purposes.
Care+
These beans should be trained up canes, chicken wire, netting or special bean wigwams, especially in the beginning. They usually attach themselves and climb away but wild weather can hinder this so give them a hand now and then. Water only during dry periods. Keep the bed free of weed and your beans will thrive.
Specifics+
This variety of bean used to be very popular - they are really just the same as other runner beans only the pods are more tubular shape. They were also eaten like green beans. Today the beans themselves are more often dried. These are butter beans - so-called because of their colour, although this variety is nearer white than yellow. They also have a softer taste than green beans.
Description-

Enjoy this lovely soft bean

Wax bean 'Neckarkönigin' (Phaseolus vulgaris) is a very robust and well known variety giving a high yield of stringless beans per plant. The fleshy, long, thick round pods (about 28 cm) stay tender for a long time. These beans can be used as haricots and green beans and have an excellent taste. 'Neckarkönigin' is a lush grower.
Extra info-
Latin name Phaseolus - vulgaris - 'Neckarkönigin'
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Edible No
Naturalizing No
Grafted No
Harvesting August - October
Growing Height 250 cm

Harvesting

August - October

Planting+
These seeds require no prior treatment but steeping overnight in lukewarm water will encourage germination. Runner beans are large plants and are vigorous climbers. In order to accommodate this, they need to be well supported - use bamboo canes of up to 3 metres long in a wigwam, 40 cm between canes. You could also train them up garden twine hung from above - a frame is however more sturdy and recommended. Keep a work path of 80 cm between rows for maintenance purposes.
Care+
These beans should be trained up canes, chicken wire, netting or special bean wigwams, especially in the beginning. They usually attach themselves and climb away but wild weather can hinder this so give them a hand now and then. Water only during dry periods. Keep the bed free of weed and your beans will thrive.
Specifics+
This variety of bean used to be very popular - they are really just the same as other runner beans only the pods are more tubular shape. They were also eaten like green beans. Today the beans themselves are more often dried. These are butter beans - so-called because of their colour, although this variety is nearer white than yellow. They also have a softer taste than green beans.
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Extra info-
Latin name Phaseolus - vulgaris - 'Neckarkönigin'
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Edible No
Naturalizing No
Grafted No
Harvesting August - October
Growing Height 250 cm

Harvesting

August - October

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