(Phaseolus vulgaris) Blauhilde bean is a late variety of asparagus type. The plant is tall (~3m), climbing and very decorative. Blauhilde is interesting with long, intensely colored spatulas, without a parchment layer and fiber, during heat treatment the pod becomes green.
Bean seeds are sown directly on the field from May to July. Pole varieties are sown 2 – 3 seeds per hole at a distance of 50 cm from each other. The pods are harvested as they mature from July to September. Beans should be grown in sunny and wind-sheltered areas. The soil needs to be weeded and loosened. You will do best in moderately moist, humus-rich soil.
Number of seeds in one package: 20g.