days to harvest; 60Crunchy, broad, long green pods on very early-bearing vines. Extremely productive & renowned for its beany-sweet taste. Popular in France and typical in Spain. (62 days) Approx. 35-40 seeds.
Planting and growing information can be found on the seed packet image. While Renee's Garden seeds are not certified organic, they do not sell treated or GMO seeds and have signed the "Safe Seed Pledge". This seedline features unique varieties personally selected by Renee Shepherd for use in the kitchen or in bouquets.
These beans were among the most flavorful varieties that we grew and had great yields. Prefer the flavor compared to other Roma beans.Review by Mearced (on 1/25/13)
I've grown this bean for the last three years. It is a prolific bean, as long as I keep harvesting, it keeps producing right until late fall. The beans are sweet and flavorful, even when picked on the large side. They are a roma type bean that needs to get fairly large to have full flavor. I've never had any problem with disease or pests. I do use an innoculant on the seeds when I plant.Review by Faith (on 5/8/12)
I was looking for a roma type pole bean this spring and Peaceful Valley told me to get these. I was a bit hesitant because they weren't listed as a roma bean. When they started producing I was very happily surprised. They produced early and are still going in October. They are best when picked young of course but still tender even when they get big, and boy do they get big, long and very broad. Friends thought they were Fava beans. The actual bean seed inside stays small and tender.Review by Sonna (on 10/2/11)