Is back after a few years of absence. This is a very beautiful purple bean with very violet flowers. It yields 13-16 cm long, dark-violet, round pods which are a little bowed sometimes. They are crispy and fleshy and like all purple beans turn green when boiling. This plant is sturdy with small bolts. Purple Queen is one of the hardiest of the bush beans The seed colour is light-brown. A portion contains about 50 seeds.
The Bean Family - Fabaceae
Days to maturity:
One cannot sow too early, for if the seeds are to germinate and not rot, the soil must be warmed up to at least 12oC, preferably 16oC for un-disinfected seeds. Sow the beans 3-5 cm deep!
Keep 10-15 cm between the plants and 30-50 cm between the rows! The rows can be closer together in beds, but be careful. Beans should grow in an airy manner. If the climate is damp it is better to choose a wider distance between the plants and the rows. The Bean spot disease, a common fungal disease, can easily hit the plants, especially if they grow to close together.
Pick off the pods often! Do not wait until they are too big, for then they grow more or less fibrous and get tough. The bean plant produces more pods as long as the old ones are picked. The beans can be frozen after parboiling or dried. Preservation is an old reliable method of keeping fresh beans and souring is too.
2-4 seeds/g. 1 portion contains about 50 seeds and sows 5-7meters. 400-600 g is needed for 100 meters and 7-13 kg for 1000 m2.
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