Dwarf French Bean Tendergreen
Tendergreen is a medium long pencil podded type of light green with distinct purple markings which disappear on cooking. This variety is virtually stringless and a good freezer.
This family of beans is frost tender and cannot be sown until the weather has warmed up.
Pack size: 150 Seeds
WHEN TO SOW
April to June
WHERE TO SOW
Early sowings can be made underglass at a temperature of 16°C, sow into 8cm (3in) pots or modular trays filled with seed sowing compost. Outside sowings can be made from May onwards into the growing site 5cm (2in) deep. Sow 2-3 seeds every 20cm(8in) apart with rows spaced 45cm (18in) apart.
WHAT TO DO NEXT
Seedlings sown underglass should be gradually hardened off before planting outside in late May to the above spacing, once all risk of frost has past. Direct sown seedlings can be thinned out as required. Water regularly during dry weather.
July to September
If you notice a purple speckling on the pods you do not have a disease problem, it is totally natural and disappears on cooking.
A good source of Pro-vitamin A, Vitamin K and Folic acid.