Månsagårdens Bush Bean is a bush bean growing to about 40cm in height. Produces, broad, green pods with some red stripes when fully ripe. The bean/seed is beige-violet-speckled. Cooking-bean, can be used for soups, hummus, pots, and stews. Can be stored as a dry bean for later use. Has been grown at the same farm since the early 1900 hundreds. From Trolle-Ljungby, Skåne, Sweden. Also, know as ’Tant Annas’ and ’Fjälkinge’. Phaseolus vulgaris. 6seeds/pack
From most species of beans, you find both pole-varieties and bush-varieties. Also semi-trailing, medium-high varieties exist. Pole beans are climbing and need support, poles, nets, or other support. Bush beans normally grow to about 40cm high and 40cm wide, but also smaller and larger varieties exist. Bush beans normally don't dees support.
How to Grow
Beans do not tolerate cold soils. If sown into cold soil, the seeds will rot. The temperature of the soli must be a minimum of 12°C, preferably 16°C. Sow the seeds about 3-5cm deep. Can also be sown in pots for later planting in the garden. Pole beans can be planted at a distance of 10-15cm. Bush beans are planted at a distance of about 40cm between the plants.