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Climbing French Bean Plant 'Fasold'

Image of  Climbing French Bean Fasold
Image of  Climbing French Bean Fasold
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Image of Climbing French Bean Fasold

Phaseolus vulgaris 'Fasold'

  • A black seeded Climbing French Bean with excellent flavour and continuity of cropping performance.
  • Can be dried and used as a haricot bean.
  • Requires support.

Supplied as compost block grown plants.

Available from approximately mid April 2019

5 or more £0.70GBPGBP
each. Group & quantity discounts
Qty:

A variety of climbing bean that we have tried and tested here at the nursery since 2007. We continue to be impressed with its continuity of cropping performance; the plants continue to crop even if you get a little behind with eating them and the beans don't tend to get thick, seedy or inedible.The plants also seem to have a strong constitution and do not tend to suffer from any pest problems either. We highly recommend these.

We have found that Fasold crop well from late May into September.

An excellent flavoursome variety whether eaten raw or cooked. Whilst it freezes well, it is also suitable for late season drying and using as haricot beans.

  • For Growing In Rows
  • Plant out April - early July 4" (10 cm) apart in rows 30" (75 cm) apart.
  • Provide support for these to climb up to a height of around 6 - 8 feet (1.8 - 2.4 metres) using netting, a bamboo cane structure or similar.
  • For Climbing French Bean Wigwams
  • Using a dustbin lid or similar as a template, drive into the ground six eight foot canes and tie together at the top to produce a wigwam effect.
  • Plant at the foot of each cane.
  • Top Tips
  • These thrive in warm conditions and so are an ideal crop to grow under protection and in containers - greenhouse or polytunnel.
  • Whilst they will prove drought tolerant, good watering from flowering time onwards will ensure maximum pod development.
  • Mulch around the stems in early Summer.
  • Can be used in the 'Three Sisters Method' - where the beans grow up the sweetcorn plants, this is particularly useful if you are short of space.
Available from approximately mid April 2019

Please note: This product is only available in multiples of 5

5 = £0.70
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15 = £0.65
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This product is subject to group discount if you are buying multiple products from the same pricing group. Other products in this group are...
Broad Bean Plant 'The Sutton'
Climbing French Bean Plant 'Blue Lake'
Pea Plant 'Douce Provence'
Pea Plant 'Victorian Colossal Climbing'
Pea Plant 'Waverex' (Petit Pois)
Runner Bean Plant 'Polestar'

How To...

How To Grow Sweetcorn, Beans and Squashes Using The Three Sisters Method
Detailed advice on how to plant and grow Sweetcorn, Squashes and Beans using the Three Sisters method.

How to Sow & Grow Beans
Detailed advice on sowing and growing beans of all kinds outside and under protection. Includes information on watering and pest control.

How To Videos

Edible Classroom - Planting Beans (Video)
Paul explains how to plant the Beans the children have grown and the activities that can stem from this.

General Information

A Little Information About Our Vegetable Plants (Video)
Information on the vegetable plants that Victoriana grows and how we make sure they are always hardened off before dispatch.

What's A Compost Block Grown Plant?
Information on the size of the compost blocks that Victoriana grow their plants in - and what you can expect to receive.

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