Tri-Color Bean Blend

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Phaseolus vulgaris

Certified Organic Seed

Here our quatrefoil seed pack shape and trio of bush beans come together in the form of traditional stained glass. The quatrefoil form, literally translated as four leaved, is believed to have travelled the silk road, just like many seeds. Add these beans, with their three colors and three lobed leaves to the architectural diversity of your garden and bring the pack, with its three beans and four petaled shape grace the decorate the interior architecture of your home. This is a well-suited mix of 3 high-yielding varieties that produce beans at the same time, making a tri-color bean harvest a breeze! 50 seeds sows 12-20 feet; sow in successions to spread the harvest out a bit.

  • Number of Seeds: 50
  • Spacing in Row: 4"
  • Spacing Between Rows: 18"
  • Planting Depth: 1"
  • Days to Germination: 3-7 days
  • Days to Maturity: 55 days
  • Height at Maturity: 18 inches
  • Width at Maturity: 12 inches

How to grow: Bush snap beans can be directly sown outdoors at recommended spacing after the last spring frost. Sow until 10 weeks before first fall frost at 3-4 week intervals for an abundant supply of fresh beans all summer. Once beans appear on plants, harvest every 1-2 days. Harvest when they are taut and filled out, but before the beans become discernible in the pods.

About the artist: Artwork by Amy Valuck. Amy is a Philadelphia-area artist who has worked professionally in stained glass since 1998. Her work often incorporates garden and plant themes which explore the imperfect symmetry of nature, and her love of color. She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, and an avid gardener.