Cantare Bush Beans
Cantare Bush Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) The best green bean variety that we offer for the home gardener or professional grower. Year-after-year cantare beans out perform most other bush varieties in our trials. 15-18″ plants produce loads of rounded pods.
Cantare Bush Bean History
Cantare Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) The best green bean variety that we offer for the home gardener or professional grower. Year-after-year cantare beans out perform most other bush varieties in our trials. 15-18″ plants produce loads of rounded, slightly curving, dark green 4-5″ pods. Sow every 2 weeks for a super long picking season. Excellent main-crop snap beans. 50-55 days.
How To Plant Cantare Bush Beans
To begin sowing Cantare Bush Beans, prepare a weed-free garden bed that receives full sun. When planting beans, it is best that the large seeds are directly sown into the vegetable bed. Plant seeds according to the package instructions. Sow the seeds about 1″ into the soil, once planted water religiously, your beans will be ready to harvest in 50 days. Also, the pods should be picked frequently to prolong the harvest. Pods can be harvested after reaching mature size, but before the seeds inside become too large. Overly mature pods become tough and fibrous, and may not be suitable for eating.
Preserving And Storing Your Beans For Later Use
I have found that the best way to preserve beans for long term use is to vacuum seal them. In addition, you can click here for an in-depth article on how to store bush beans for long term use.
Cooking With Bush Beans
Now, these beans are an amazing side dish for any meal, I personally like to boil the beans and add a pinch of salt for flavor. Here is a delicious recipe using Cantare bush beans I’m sure you will love.
Beans in general and Cantare bush beans as well are among the most versatile and are among the world’s most commonly eaten foods. As you already know… beans have a remarkable nutritional composition, and can improve the general health of those eating them on a regular basis. Finally, you can learn a lot about bean nutrition on this site. Some of it might surprise you!
Other Bush Beans Worth Checking Out
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