Bean, French Horticulture (Phaseolus vulgaris) - 30 Seeds

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Bean, French Horticulture (Phaseolus vulgaris) - 30 Seeds

• Bush Bean
• Heirloom
• Open Pollinated
• Non-GMO
• American Grown Seeds
• Annual
• USDA Zone: 3-10

Meet the French Horticulture Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), a garden classic with a gourmet twist. This green bush bean variety is beloved for its beautiful, red-streaked pods and rich, full flavor. Whether sautéed, steamed, or eaten fresh, these beans bring a taste of French culinary finesse to your table. And the best part? They're vigorous growers and heavy yielders, making them an excellent choice for both gardeners and gourmets.

Growing Instructions:
Directly sow French Horticulture bean seeds outside 1 week after the last frost, in rich, well-drained soil with full sun exposure. If first-time bean planting, treat seeds with a powder inoculant to enable nitrogen fixation. Plant seeds 1" deep and 3" apart, in rows 2'-3' apart. Press soil above seeds for good contact. Avoid overwatering as these seeds can rot in wet soil. For companion planting, grow beans near carrots, cucumbers, or corn, but avoid onions.