Organic Provider Bush Bean
An early maturing green bean, with purple seeds, that germinates well in cold soil. It's pods are straight and round, medium green in color, and 5 to 7 inches in length. It is resistant to many bean diseases and is a heavy yielder. Approximately 52 days to maturity.
Special Directions For Short Season Climates
SOWING: Plant outdoors in May through June after weather has warmed and all danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds 2 to 3 inches apart covering seeds with 1 to 1 1\2 inches of fine soil. Firm soil over seed.
SPACING: Leave approximately 2 feet between rows or plant in wide rows sowing seeds 4 to 6 inches apart in all directions.
THINNING: When plants are 3 or 4 inches high, thin to 4 to 6 inches apart.
GERMINATION: 1 to 2 weeks depending upon soil and weather conditions. Keep soil moderately moist during germination.
Ed's Special Advice
Beans grow best in a sunny location, where the soil is warm, loamy and lightly fertilized. Cultivate shallow and frequently until flowers appear. Avoid disturbing plants after that time, as it could cause the blossoms to fall off. For continued harvest, sow bush beans every two weeks until two months before last frost in fall. Water deeply by soaking soil.
Organic Certification by Washington State Department of Agriculture