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Royal Burgundy Bush Bean
Royal Burgundy Bush Bean
Royal Burgundy Bush Bean
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Royal Burgundy
60 days — The plants are erect and reach about eighteen inches in height and do well in cooler weather. The round, stringless, purple five to six inch long pods that turn dark green when cooked. Great for freezing, canning or fresh eating. Released about 1976. One ounce is approximately 110 seeds.
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Grew well in Alaska
I wasn't sure these would grow in our short growing season in Alaska (zone 4a) but I tried them in a raised bed anyway. I planted them the last week of May and although they were slow, I had near perfect germination. The Royal Burgundy was a great producer and I had fun searching for the purple beans amid the dark green leaves. They also froze well and I will grow them again.
Reviewed by: Tessa Garry from Anchorage, AK. on 11/6/2015
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