French Climbing Bean Blue Lake (10 Plants) Organic
This product is exempt from any promotions, discounts and express delivery | Despatch from Late April
The French Climbing Bean Blue Lake is an abundant cropper which reaches heights of 1.5m and produces pencil shaped stringless pods which are green in colour
Plants are delivered from late April to July
Minimum Quantity on Veg Plant Orders is Three Packs (any varieties)
Delivery from Late April onwards
The French Climbing Bean Blue Lake is an abundant cropper which reaches heights of 1.5m and produces pencil shaped stringless pods which are green in colour.
These climbing beans have pure white beans that can be used as haricot beans at the end of the season.
- Organic French Climbing Bean Blue Lake
- Supplied as 10 plants
- Produces pencil shaped stringless pods
- Green colour pods
- Abundant cropper
- Pure white beans can be used as haricot beans at the end of the season
- Delivery from Late April onwards
- Allow up to 3 weeks for delivery
- Growing instructions included
Beans are perfect for a sunny, well drained spot and prefer to grow in moist fertile soil in a sheltered location away from strong winds. Avoid growing your beans in very wet, waterlogged soils.
These climbing beans can be grown in raised beds or patio pots and will need something to climb up. You can create wigwams with bamboo canes but we would recommend one of our Bean Frames which offers great support and can be used season after season.
When planting, the spacing is different depending on the variety of bean being grown, but you will receive full planting instructions with your plants.
Delivery is from Late April so if the temperatures are still a bit chilly it's worth planting them in pots and popping them in the greenhouse or on a windowsill until it warms up.
Harvest the beans when they reach the size you want them and pick regularly to encourage growth of new beans - the more you pick, the more they grow. Water well and don't let the plants dry out. Weed regularly so they have a better chance of growing strong.
Watch out for attack from birds especially when the plants are small.
Your plants will arrive carefully packed in straw. They may look a little tired from their travels, which is quite normal. Give the roots a good soaking for a couple of minutes and try to plant out within 24 hours.