Bulk Bean Seeds (Bush) - "Royal Burgundy"

Phaseolus vulgaris "Royal Burgundy"

Bulk Bean Seeds (Bush) - "Royal Burgundy"
  • Bush Bean; 6 Inches Pods
  • 60 Days to Harvest. Recommended for Zones 3-9. Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Bush, Pollinator Attractor
  • Prefers full sun exposure
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  • Bush Bean; 6 Inches Pods
  • 60 Days to Harvest. Recommended for Zones 3-9. Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Bush, Pollinator Attractor
  • Prefers full sun exposure
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PLANT ROYAL BURGUNDY BEAN SEEDS - GROW HEIRLOOM BEANS

It is said that Royal Burgundy changes from purple to green when cooked.  We would never know this because we couldn't stop ourselves from eating them fresh straight from the garden!  Super bright purple color makes this such a fun bean to grow, especially with kids!  Tasty when eaten raw and a wonderfully colorful addition to salads and veggie plates. 

  • Bush Bean; 6 Inches Pods
  • 60 Days to Harvest. Recommended for Zones 3-9. Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Bush, Pollinator Attractor
  • Prefers full sun exposure
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Botanical NamePhaseolus vulgaris "Royal Burgundy"
Planting TimeWarm Season
Plant Life CycleAnnual
TypeHeirloom, Pollinator Attractor, Open Pollinated, Bush
Sowing MethodDirect Sow
Light RequirementsFull Sun
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When to Plant:

  • They should be directly seeded in the spring when soil reaches 65-75F (18-24C), and there is no longer a risk for a frost.
  • Bush beans are determinate, meaning they grow to a certain size, about 2’ tall, blossom, turn out a single harvest of beans and then die.
  • If you want a large crop to be ready almost all at once for canning or freezing, sow all of the seeds at the same time.
  • If you want a higher, continuous yield throughout the season, you can have a succession of plantings with increments of 10 days, for example.

How to Plant:

  • Bush beans are very simple to grow; they do well in most gardens and in most soil types.
  • Prepare the beds by amending with compost and organic material so that you have loose, well-drained soil.
  • Beans grow best in temperatures between 50-85F, in full sun.
  • Sow your bush beans 1 inch deep and 4-6 inches apart, with rows 18-24 inches apart.

How to Harvest:

  • Harvest bush beans 50-60 days after sowing when pods are about 3 inches - 5" long and before you see the outline of the beans inside.
  • A mature bush bean feels smooth, firm and crisp.
  • For use as dried beans, allow beans to dry on the vine for weeks after normal harvesting time.
  • Pull the entire plant out from the soil and shell beans over a large table or tray.

If you are growing bush beans for multiple years in a row, rotate your planting area yearly. This will help prevent any soil-borne diseases from killing the beans as seedlings.