Pole Bean- Blue Lake
Pole Bean- Blue Lake

Pole Bean- Blue Lake

Brand: Whitwam Organics
Item Number: 3090-01

Regular price $3.75 On Sale

Estimated Arrival: Between Jun 20 and Jun 25. * ETA for USA only

Pole Bean- Blue Lake 

Phaseolus vulgaris

This robust vine produces bean pods from the bottom to the peak of its six-foot or more high vine, making it a favorite among farmers and gardeners alike. It yields a large crop of tender, crisp, stringless pods that remain tender even when fully grown (still better to harvest young). It's perfect for cooking fresh, freezing (blanching is optional), and canning. Blue Lake stringless pole beans are named after the Ukiah, California lake district. The original Blue Lake bean was discovered growing wild in Native American gardens in the upper Missouri River basin.

Days to germination

 3-14 days

Days to maturity

50-65 days

Life cycle

 Annual (crop sensitive to abiotic stress)

Plant time

Spring through Mid-Spring and Late Summer

Spacing

18-36 inches 

Sun

Full sun ( best )

Soil temperature

75-95 degrees

Optimum soil P.H

6.0-6.5

Height

5.5-6 feet

Harvest

Late Spring through early Summer and Fall

Pole Bean- Blue Lake 

Phaseolus vulgaris

This robust vine produces bean pods from the bottom to the peak of its six-foot or more high vine, making it a favorite among farmers and gardeners alike. It yields a large crop of tender, crisp, stringless pods that remain tender even when fully grown (still better to harvest young). It's perfect for cooking fresh, freezing (blanching is optional), and canning. Blue Lake stringless pole beans are named after the Ukiah, California lake district. The original Blue Lake bean was discovered growing wild in Native American gardens in the upper Missouri River basin.

Days to germination

 3-14 days

Days to maturity

50-65 days

Life cycle

 Annual (crop sensitive to abiotic stress)

Plant time

Spring through Mid-Spring and Late Summer

Spacing

18-36 inches 

Sun

Full sun ( best )

Soil temperature

75-95 degrees

Optimum soil P.H

6.0-6.5

Height

5.5-6 feet

Harvest

Late Spring through early Summer and Fall