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Organic Cannellini Bush Beans (28g)
Organic Cannellini Bush Beans (28g)- Heirloom, Non-GMO Seeds


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Organic Cannellini Bush Beans (28g) Description:
Cannellini Bush Beans are also called white kidney beans. They have a firm texture and a nutty flavor that makes them a popular bean for pasta dishes, salads, and soups such as Minestrone. Beans are a nutrient-dense food to have on hand and you can declare your food independence by growing your own bean crop. Use Patriot Seeds to grow organic beans at home. Our seeds are 100% heirloom, non-GMO, and certified organic by California Certified Organic Farmers. You can use Cannellini Beans fresh or dried.

Organic Cannellini Bush Beans Planting Instructions:
Cannellini Bush Beans prefer full sun and a warm soil bed, 65°F or warmer. Sow the seeds after the last frost of the season, 2 to 3' apart and 1" deep in rows 20 to 36" apart. Use mulch to keep the seed bed damp.

Organic Cannellini Bush Beans Harvesting Instructions:
For fresh beans, harvest when the seeds are fully formed, about 80 to 90 days after planting. For dry beans, harvest when most of the leaves have turned yellow or fallen off, between 90 and 120 days after planting. If the weather prevents field drying, the plants can be pulled up and dried under cover or indoors. Once fully dry, the beans can be stored in a cool dry place and in an airtight container. Soak dried beans before cooking.

Did You Know This About Cannellini Beans?
Beans have been such an ingrained part of American culture that they even worked their way into common expressions. For example, if you tell a secret someone might say you "spilled the beans." If you are "full of beans" you might be considered energetic and active.

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Not What I Expected... July 19, 2017
Reviewer: Amanda from Loveland, Ohio  
These guys are growing GREAT! They haven't produced any beans at this point, but the plants themselves are doing amazing! Starting to see blossoms, so I expect to see beans soon.

The only problem... These are NOT bush beans!

I had to put in 6' stakes, and after they towered those about 3-4' and started wrapping around themselves and hanging into my walking path, I decided to trim them back in hopes that they redirect all that energy to producing beans. I don't mind climbers except that I did not plant them in a good location for that because the packaging clearly says "bush beans" in big, bold lettering.

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