Bean Bush Half Runner Mountain per oz.

  • Model: SD1ozBnBuHRMtn
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3lbs
  • 5 Units in Stock

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Brought to the Dutch Fork Section of South Carolina by early immigrants! 57 days. Brought from Germany by the original settlers of the Dutch Fork Section of South Carolina, Mountaineer White Half Runner (also called Old Dutch Half Runner) is in rich in history as it is in flavor! This is a tender, slender-podded pole type with succulent white seeds. It boasts terrific yields of old-fashioned, rich beany beans that taste and smell terrific.Many gardeners prefer pole beans for their distinctive beany flavor. Because they use vertical space, they free up the horizontal rows in the vegetable garden for other varieties while bearing abundant harvests. They're easier than bush beans to harvest as well. Direct-sow after all danger of frost, and for best harvest, keep sowing at 3-week intervals until late spring. For fall crops, begin in late summer and continue until a month or so before first frost date. Support the 5- to 8-foot vines on a trellis, tower, or poles spaced 3 feet apart.

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