Kiepenkerl Bush Beans- "Brown Dutch"

Phaseolus vulgaris var. nanus

Out of StockNo longer in production.

Description

This historic variety from Holland belongs to the group of dry cooking beans, which has almost died out in use today. That's a shame because the brown beans are very aromatic and incomparably smooth. Particularly, they are suitable for bean soups, hearty stews and as a side dish. The green 12 cm long pods of this late maturing variety are full of nutty-tasting beans. The robust plants are about 50 cm high and are high yielding. They should be well supported by earth.

Sowing Schedule: May, June
Planting Distance: ca. 40 x 40+ cm
Length of germination: 1-2 Weeks
Harvest: August
Brands: Kiepenkerl
Where to plant: Sow outdoors
Content sufficient for approx:: 1-10 meters
Available As:: One portion of seeds
Light Requirements: Full sun

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