Armstrong Climbing Bean
  • Armstrong Climbing Bean
  • Armstrong Climbing Bean

Armstrong Climbing Bean

Armstrong runner bean is a new long bean variety with high production. Armstrong is a real climber with decorative red-flowering flowers.

  • high productive variety
  • long wireless pods
  • red flowering

Armstrong is a productive runner bean with long cordless pods. Runner beans are picked young and eaten as string beans.

All beans require a humus-rich, slightly moist soil, but no fresh manure. They need a lot of heat during germination and in the first growth period.

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Description

Armstrong runner bean is a new long bean variety with high production. Armstrong is a real climber with decorative red-flowering flowers.

  • high productive variety
  • long wireless pods
  • red flowering

Armstrong is a productive runner bean with long cordless pods. Runner beans are picked young and eaten as string beans.

All beans require a humus-rich, slightly moist soil, but no fresh manure. They need a lot of heat during germination and in the first growth period.

 

Sowing and cultivation method Armstrong runner beans

Greenhouse:
- sow from early April to mid-July.

Open field cultivation:
- for early cultivation sow under glass from the end of April, plant out in the second half of May.

- Sow outdoors from mid-May to early July.

Use 3-5 seeds per stick, the distance between the sticks is 70 cm. Tie 3 or 4 sticks together to form a loft. The distance between the lofts is approximately 50 cm.

French beans can also be grown on a rope in a sheltered place or in the greenhouse.

Specifications

Reference
HC-00078
EAN
8713172000786
Tags
Brand
Van Hemert & Co zaden

Other features

English names
Common Bean, Flagelot, French Bean, Frijol, Green Bean, Haricot, Haricots Verts, Kidney Bean, Runner Bean, Salad Bean, Snap Bean, String Bean, Wax Bean
Botanic name
Phaseolus coccineus
Cultivar
Stokpronkboon Armstrong
Category
Annual
Support needed
Yes - climbing bean
Planting time
April - July
Flowering period
July - September
Height
200cm
Contents
50 gram
Collection
van Hemert & Co

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