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Organic Chocolate Runner Pole Dry Bean
Organic Chocolate Runner Pole Bean
Organic Chocolate Runner Pole Bean


 
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HEIRLOOM Rare and unusual, we first fell in love with this bean as a handful of seeds: rich mocha brown and chocolate-speckled silver to black-spotted lavender cream to glossy jet black. The tall, vigorous vines have huge heart-shaped leaves and when they bloom we again swoon.

pole bean, Chocolate Runner



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Organic Chocolate Runner Pole Dry Bean HEIRLOOM Rare and unusual, we first fell in love with this bean as a handful of seeds: rich mocha brown and chocolate-speckled silver to black-spotted lavender cream to glossy jet black. The tall, vigorous vines have huge heart-shaped leaves and when they bloom we again swoon: each flower is both scarlet and rose, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds to their glory. The small snap beans (4 inches or less) are tender and sweet but quickly turn fibrous as they swell to 8+ inch pods full of beautiful dry beans. What do we do with our dry beans? We eat some, we make splendid necklaces with little friends and we save plenty to give to friends and replant ourselves for next season.

100 days to dry bean


Phaseolus coccinus


Seeds to Always Direct Sow
Bean Threshing

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January 16, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Penfield, NY United States  


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Prolific January 8, 2019
Reviewer: Peter Scheid from Prattsburgh, NY United States  
First year growing pole dry beans. Despite a less than ideal growing season, these germinated very well and produced a lot of beans.  Frequent visits by hummingbirds in my garden was an added bonus.  These grow really high. My 6' trellis was not high enough.

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Poor Production... January 5, 2019
Reviewer: Michele Brodbeck from Bartlett, IL United States  
We planted these in my kids' gardens to attract some humming birds.  They simply did not take off.  I have NEVER grown runner beans and I suspect that this is user error.  They may have gotten too much sun as I read they like cooler temps than other beans.  I am going to try again this next season.

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Meh January 4, 2018
Reviewer: Michael Olmstead from Lockport, NY United States  
Some beans but like I said above none were great this year except for Red stringer beans.

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December 21, 2017
Reviewer: Sarah Jane Mallin from Chicago, IL United States  
Didn't produce as much as my other runners, but we're lovely

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