Beans Planting Guide
What edible garden is complete without a few Beans? So much nutrition for so little effort! No matter what type of Bean you grow, you’ll find yourself reaping a harvest that will keep you picking for days. And not only are they good for you, they’re also good for your garden. Beans, like all members of legume family, have nitrogen-fixing nodules on their roots that actually release nitrogen into your soil, leaving it more fertile than when you first planted them. Follow these few simple tips and you’ll soon be enjoying a bounty of Beans!
Plant root ball slightly below soil line. Provide mulch after 6 in. tall.
Zones 8-10 is best or greenhouse. Generally needs a long, warm growing season similar to tomatoes.