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Thompson & Morgan Runner Bean White Lady 30 Seed

£3.69

Runner Bean - White Lady

This is a premier variety in every way. The pure white flowers of Runner Bean White Lady are less prone to being picked by birds, so the resulting crop is much greater. Plus, Runner Bean White Lady sets better than any other when it comes to high temperatures. The long, mid green pods with white seeds hang in numerous clusters, and are both smooth and stringless. The result is a delicious vegetable which can be sliced or eaten whole with a garnish of butter.

Prefers to be grown in fertile, moist, yet well drained soil which has had plenty of well-rotted compost dug into it the previous autumn. For an early start, sow seeds from mid-spring in artificial heat (propagator, greenhouse, warm room) in peat pots and plant out after last expected frost. Outdoors do not sow until at least 10 days after last frost, 5cm deep. Sow 2 seeds every 30cm in rows 38cm apart. Remove weaker seedlings after germination. Make sure your soil is warm and avoid it becoming baked hard. Provide poles, trellis or mesh for them to climb. Water regularly and liquid feed every 14 days as the beans form. A thick mulch will help conserve moisture. Pick the beans regularly a little on the young side to ensure top quality and prolonged cropping.

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Runner Bean - White Lady

This is a premier variety in every way. The pure white flowers of Runner Bean White Lady are less prone to being picked by birds, so the resulting crop is much greater. Plus, Runner Bean White Lady sets better than any other when it comes to high temperatures. The long, mid green pods with white seeds hang in numerous clusters, and are both smooth and stringless. The result is a delicious vegetable which can be sliced or eaten whole with a garnish of butter.

Prefers to be grown in fertile, moist, yet well drained soil which has had plenty of well-rotted compost dug into it the previous autumn. For an early start, sow seeds from mid-spring in artificial heat (propagator, greenhouse, warm room) in peat pots and plant out after last expected frost. Outdoors do not sow until at least 10 days after last frost, 5cm deep. Sow 2 seeds every 30cm in rows 38cm apart. Remove weaker seedlings after germination. Make sure your soil is warm and avoid it becoming baked hard. Provide poles, trellis or mesh for them to climb. Water regularly and liquid feed every 14 days as the beans form. A thick mulch will help conserve moisture. Pick the beans regularly a little on the young side to ensure top quality and prolonged cropping.

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