Open Pollinated Robust vines that climb like pole beans produce unusual and delicious bright green string less pods up to a yard long with a nutty flavor resembling asparagus. Plants need a long, warm summer, and do best south of the Great Lakes. Cook as you would green beans, or stir-fry. Shell mature pods for dry beans. Freezes well. Sowing: Direct sow shortly after the last frost, only after the soil has warmed. Care: Water regularly and fertilize when 6" (15cm) tall and again in mid-summer. Provide a
Asparagus Yardlong bears loads of slender, very long pods that are best picked when less than 18 in. long. It has a delicious, nutty flavor steamed, stir-fried or sauted. It's easy to grow and has no serious pests or diseases. GARDEN HINTS: Do not work around plants when wet. Keep beans picked for continuous bearing; shell mature pods and use as dried beans.
Asparagus Bean Seeds - Purple Podded Yard Long Asparagus Bean Seeds - Purple Podded Yard Long Beautiful dark purple pods that retain color when stir-fried. Red-brown seeds. 7g USDA Certified Organic. 79 days. Beautiful dark purple pods that retain color when stir-fried. 18 in. long pods, tender up to 12 in. Red-brown seeds. Reliable and prolific, takes heat well.
Asparagus Bean Seeds - Chinese Red Noodle Asparagus Bean Seeds - Chinese Red Noodle Beans up to 22 in. long. Similar to Purple Podded, but with superior flavor and texture. Red-purple pods. Red-brown seeds. 4g 59 days. Beans up to 22 in. long. Similar to Purple Podded, but with superior flavor and texture. Red-purple pods. Red-brown seeds.
ASIAN * BEAN RED NOODLE ASPARAGUS POLE BEAN (Vigna unguiculata), also known as Yard Long Bean, is a ASIAN * BEAN RED NOODLE ASPARAGUS * HEIRLOOM SEEDS 2015 Item #7142 RED NOODLE ASPARAGUS POLE BEAN (Vigna unguiculata), also known as Yard Long Bean, is a popular heirloom bean that is actually in the same species as Cowpeas. Grown in America since the 1800s its origins are mainland China and it likely traveled here with Chinese emigrants who were brought in to work on the great railroads. The beautiful red
This variety of asparagus bean has purple, red and green colors creating a mottled or 'mosaic' pattern. It generously produces 16" long beans that are crisp. These beans are common in Southern China and are highly prized because of their sweet, tender pods. Cut into 2" sections and deep fry, stir-fry, steam or add to soup. Untreated seed.
Offered exclusively by Stupid Girl. HEIRLOOM NON GMO. Unlike Gita yard long pole beans which have a black seed this bean has a white seed. Asparagus Yard-long bears loads of slender, very long pods that are best picked when less than 18 in. long. It has a delicious, nutty flavor steamed, stir-fried or sauted. It's easy to grow and has no serious pests or diseases.
85 days from direct sowing.No thicker than a pencil but as long as a shoelace, these baby Yardlong Beans (also known as Chinese Long Beans, Asparagus Beans, or Dau Gok) are crisp, succulent, and absolutely delicious. Harvest them at just 15 to 18 inches long for indescribably tender flavor with a nice bite!Orient Wonder is the best name in yardlong beans, renowned for its adaptability to different climates and conditions as well as for its heavy yields and dependably delectable flavor. Super-vigorous vines
Mosaic bean-(Vigna unguiculata)-This bean is also called the Asparagus bean or Yard Long Bean. Like other Yard Long Beans it is most common in Southern China. This variety is called the Mosaic Bean because of the pod's blend of red, purple and green colors. The Mosaic Bean is highly prized for it's tenderness and sweet taste. It is very crisp when picked and can get as long as 16 inches. Best harvested at 12 inches for maximum flavor. Used for stir-fry, soups, stews or steamed. Colors fade while cooking.
GITA YARD LONG BEAN ( . This variety, Gita, is more productive for non-tropical areas, though it still prefers warm days and cool nights. 78 days. 50 Seeds. Vigna unguiculata) also known as Snake Bean, Chinese Long Bean and Asparagus Bean. (We also offer a red version called Red Noodle.) Not really a yard long, more like a foot or so, the beans are thin, round, stringless and tender with full flavor. So easy and great to add to the wok for stir fry as you can line up a handful and cut very quickly. My
Red Noodle Bean-(Vigna unguiculata)-This bean is also called the Asparagus bean or Yard Long Bean. It is common in Southern China. The beans can grow to a length of 22 inches or more. But are best when harvested at about 12 inches. They are tender, stringless and sweet. Cut into small sections they make a welcome addition to any stir-fry dish. They are also good in soups, steamed and in stews. The red color fades when cooked. Tasty enough to get your kids to eat their veggies! The plants are very heat
USDA Certified Organic. 72 days. One of the earliest bearing asparagus beans. Like most black-seeded varieties it does well in the North and the South. Since it is day-neutral, in the South it can be planted for early market sales, late for a fall harvest, or year-round in the greenhouse. Green pods up to 23 in. long, but are best picked at 18 in. or smaller (less than pencil-width). A market favorite.
Asparagus Bean Seeds ( Vigna unguiculata sesquipedalis South American native described by Linnaeus in 1763. Jefferson noted "When green they are dressed as Asparagus, or as snaps, or boiled in soup." His pods grew to 3 feet long and his crops were so successful he sent surplus to friends. Sow seed of Asparagus bean after the last spring frost in fertile, sunny garden soil. Plants can be supported with bean poles or grown on a fence or trellis. Twining 5 feet or more. Annual for sun. Late 1700 's .
Yard long beans are sometimes called Asparagus beans or Chinese Long beans. Red Noodle beans have an unusual purple-red color and are a well-known variety in southern China. They can grow up to 22" long. The bean will lose its red color when cooked. This vigorous plant is heat tolerant.
Asparagus Bean Seeds, Bacello MSRP : $5 .29 Our price: $4.99 Your savings: $0.30 Size: 100g Packet approx 600 seeds Description A top-notch, red-seeded strain of the famous 'yard-long' beans. Vigorous and easy to grow, these plants will produce an abundance of exceptionally long pods over an extended season as they are very heat tolerant. When picked young will provide wonderfully fleshy, tasty pods with minimal seeds. Widely grown in Asia and the Mediterranean and a favorite of home gardeners and
USDA Certified Organic. 54 days. A rare dwarf type--think of it as being like an edible-podded Southern pea! Early harvest of 12 in. light green pods (best harvested at 10 in. or less). Bushy 30 in. plants don't require any sticks (i.e., trellises) for support, though they don't bear as long as tall varieties.
Greenway Asparagus Bean_C8: Also known as yard long beans. Early maturing, vigorous, disease resistant variety. produces long dark green cylindrical-shaped pods as long as 30 inches. This variety is characterized by high yield and a long harvest period. Great par-boiled or pickled. Plant Asparagus Beans 1 month after the last spring frost or when the soil has warmed up significantly. Sow direct and leave a 3" space between plants. $2.55 (15g) Greenway Asparagus Bean $18.50 (1/2 lb) Greenway Asparagus Bean
Yard long beans are sometimes called Asparagus beans or Chinese Long beans. This fast growing, high yielding variety thrives in the heat. It is a black seeded variety and is one of the most popular varieties grown. These extra long dark green stringless beans are highly prized because of their sweet and crunchy pods.
Asparagus Bean Seeds, Mosaic Item #: AB03 Mfg. ID: AB03 This variety of asparagus bean has purple, red and green colors creating a mottled or 'mosaic' pattern. It generously produces 16" long beans that are crisp. These beans are common in Southern China and are highly prized because of their sweet, tender pods. Cut into 2" sections and deep fry, stir-fry, steam or add to soup. Untreated seed . Description : Specifications : Package Size: 20 grams *Botanical Name: Vigna unguiculata *Est Maturity: 80 days
ASPARAGUS BEANS Plant produces high yields of very flavorful, very long stringless green beans that have an asparagus/green bean flavor. This variety is Asia's favorite because of its sweet and tender taste. Suitable for greenhouse and home garden growing. One of our favorite summertime veggies for fresh eating! Pole beans are great to grow vertically in small gardens. Very fun to grow. This is the red seeded variety. 25-30 seeds NOW WITH MORE SEEDS PER PACK & FREE SEEDS WITH EACH ORDER! COMPLETE GROWING
Yard long beans are called Asparagus beans or Chinese Long beans. The variety name, Mosaic, describes the purple, red and green colors of the pod that create a pattern. They are most common in southern China and are highly prized because of their crisp, sweet, tender pods and generous yields.
You have not viewed any products recently . Red -Seeded Asparagus Bean Red-Seeded Asparagus Bean (25-35 seeds) (LG101) Red-Seeded Asparagus Bean 75 days. Very long pods grow to 24"! Very tender and tasty; no strings, small seeds; huge yields on 10' vines. They grow well under almost any conditions– very resistant to heat, humidity and insects; great for the South. Pick for snap beans when 12"-14" long; delicious stir-fried! The 'Vigna' genus does well for us all summer at Baker Creek. Red-Seeded Asparagus
Yard long beans are sometimes called Asparagus beans or Chinese long beans. This variety produces long, dark green, slender, round stringless pods that grow 16-18" long. This strong, easy to grow plant needs a warm climate to thrive and will reward you with high yields.
Asparagus Bean Seeds, Red Noodle Our price: $3.59 Packet $3 .59 Description This is an exceptional red variety of asparagus bean. Edible pods are dark green when cooked, tender and delicious. Young pod has thick meat with crisp texture and very small seed cavity, excellent for cooking uses. The plant grows vigorously and produces lots of long beans for a long time. Easy to grow. An excellent variety for home gardens and fresh markets. Untreated seed . Specifications Package Size: 20 grams approx 120
Packet: 4-7g (24 to 55 seeds, depending on variety) sows 20'. Product 5/5 Asparagus Beans Cultural Notes Stickless Wonder Asparagus (Yardlong, Yard Long) Bean (bush) 5g 54 days. A rare dwarf type Â– think of it as being like an edible-podded Southern pea! Early harvests of 12 in. light green pods (best harvested at 10 in. or less). Bushy 30 in. plants don't require any sticks (i.e. trellises) for support, though they don't bear as long as tall varieties. Pkt (5g, 44 seeds) Catalog #: 11106
Asparagus Yard Long Pole Beans (Red Noodle) pk/50 80 days. Phaseolus vulgaris. Plant produces high yields of flavorful very long stringless purple-red beans. The bean is stringless, sweet, tender, and can grow up to 22" long. A heat tolerant variety that grows vigorously. Great for soups, stirfry, or steamed. A variety found in Southern China. pk /50 BN109 -50 Customer Reviews
Packet: 4-7g (24 to 55 seeds, depending on variety) sows 20'. Product 4/5 Asparagus Beans Cultural Notes Purple-Podded Asparagus (Yardlong, Yard Long) Bean 7g 90 days. Beautiful dark purple pods that retain color when stir-fried. Red-brown seeds. Reliable and prolific, takes heat well. Needs trellising and will grow about 10'. Pkt (7g,approximately 44 seeds) Catalog #: 11103