BEAN SEEDS, TAYLOR DWARF HORT. BUSH , HEIRLOOM, NON GMO SEEDS, COLORFUL N TASTY
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Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Bean Seeds
Description & Nutritional Value
The “Taylor Dwarf Horticultural” was introduced to the United States during the colonial period and is still a treasured variety today. This bean possesses beautiful color and texture and is a must for any vegetable garden. The plants are compact and stout that grow to 35-45 cm (14-18”) tall with a spread of 38-51 cm (15-18”) wide. They are considered semi-runners that can withstand colder climates. They produce an abundant amount of large oval 13-15 cm (5-6") green shell pods. They mature much earlier than other beans of this type (68 days). Beans are rich in fiber, about 10 grams per cup. It’s one of the highest sources of fiber you can eat. Beans nourish your good gut bacteria and allow them to grow and multiply in your body. Healthy gut bacteria improves the health of your entire body.
How To Grow
Sow Heirloom / Open Pollinated Taylor Dwarf Horticultural beans 1-2″ deep, 2-6″ apart, in rows 18-36″ apart, in full sun after danger of frost. Soaking Taylor Dwarf Horticultural bean seeds in water 1-2 hours before planting speeds germination. Germination occurs in 4-16 days in soil 60-85°F. Provide support for heirloom pole bean varieties. For heirloom snap beans, harvest when beans are 3-6″ long. For dry beans, leave pods on plants until pods are dry, brown, and crisp, and beans are hard and rattle in pod, if more drying is needed when danger of frost has arrived, pick pods or pull entire plant and hang upside down to dry further.
How To Use
As a Southern dinner staple, using this variety of beans, means a little added excitement at every meal. The creamier, nuttier cousin of the lima bean, they are the perfect match for a piping hot pan of corn bread and a steaming bowl of rice. Cook some up and make it a new family favorite.