Beans

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BEANS

Fava

Broad beans are eaten while still young and tender, enabling harvesting to begin as early as the middle of spring for plants started under glass or overwintered in a protected location, but even the main crop sown in early spring will be ready from mid to late summer.

Flat Green – Bush

Italian flat bush beans are a form of bean with broad, flattened pods. They strongly resemble common green beans, except that they tend to be larger and flatter. Many cooks use them interchangeably with round pod bush beans, and some Italian recipes call specifically for the use of these flat beans.

Flat Yellow  РBush

Italian flat bush beans are a form of bean with broad, flattened pods. They strongly resemble common green beans, except that they tend to be larger and flatter. Many cooks use them interchangeably with round pod bush beans, and some Italian recipes call specifically for the use of these flat beans.

Green – Bush

Soy Bean – Edamame

Stringless Green Pole

Pole beans are more prolific than bush beans, and many people think they have the best flavour. Pole beans are a variety of green beans that scale fences or stakes. If your garden space is limited, growing pole beans may conserve ground area while adding a dimension of height to your garden layout.

Yellow – Bush

Yellow beans of the bush variety are quite similar to green beans in all aspects with exception to taste and tenderness.

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