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Phaseolus vulgaris 'Amarillo'

Common 'Amarillo' Beans

Haricot commun 'Amarillo'
Haricot commun 'Amarillo'
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Very productive, Amarillo beans provide good disease resistance. Seed directly into the garden after all risk of frost has passed in moist, well-drained soil where plants will get plenty of sun. Harvest after 50 days. Beans are long, yellow and tender with a delicate, full flavour. Stagger seeding over several weeks to ensure a steady harvest.

Plant details
Category
Vegetables and Herbs
Exposure
Sunny
Rusticity
Zone
Height
45 cm
Staggering
40 - 50 cm
Flowering

Very productive, Amarillo beans provide good disease resistance. Seed directly into the garden after all risk of frost has passed in moist, well-drained soil where plants will get plenty of sun. Harvest after 50 days. Beans are long, yellow and tender with a delicate, full flavour. Stagger seeding over several weeks to ensure a steady harvest.

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