Growing Calendar for Climbing French Bean Seeds - Cobra
Delivery: Mid March to Late August
Produces huge deliciously tender and tasty crops of exceptional quality beans.
With lovely violet flowers too this is a vegetable beautiful enough for any flower border - making it just perfect for pretty and productive gardens.
Pods grow up to 20cm (8in) long and are satisfyingly stringless. You can grow climbing French Bean Cobra like a runner bean plant. This is great if you like vertical gardening and you are short of space.
If you fancy an earlier crop grow Cobra under glass. That extra bit of warmth and protection will bring it into growth sooner.
Excellent flavour, tender and tasty beans
Sow Indoors: April-May, singly in clean pots or modules of compost 2in (5cm) deep. Water well. Keep warm.
Sow Outdoors: May-June direct into the required harvest position, 2in (5cm) deep, 8in (20cm) apart. Keep soil moist at all times.
Plant Out: Indoor raised crops May-June 8in (20cm) apart.
Climbing beans require trellis or a ''wig wam'' of canes to climb through.
Pick young beans regularly for best flavour.
Standard Seeds E.C Rules and Regulations.
Quite good but some no go’s.
Only just put seeds into little pots in my utility room but look fine.
Beans in the greenhouse sprouting very pleased
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