All the flavour you could possibly ask for wrapped up in claret splashed pods found on plants that reach 50-60cm tall (perfect if your plot catches the wind or if you want to grow in containers). These grow to about 15cm long but can be picked younger if you prefer. Do leave some to dry on the plants at the end of the year for tasty winter stews.
Price for 50 seeds.
Customer ratings for Bean French Dwarf Barlotta Supremo Nano
Number of ratings: 1
Average rating: 5
Did beautifully when sown direct. from Anonymous on 14/09/2015
Impatient me! I wanted to harvest early so had sown a few of these in pots in a propagator in early April, but after a fornight, only one had come up. I gave up temporarily and got distracted with other allotment jobs, then when it came to June and I had quite a bit of space to fill, I just poked these randomly into warm soil all over the place - everywhere there was a gap! Within a few days they were up and thriving, producing masses of delicious ripening pods by August. Pretty, pink, easy to spot - and certainly abundant. I only wish I hadn't planted them in such a chaotic way - they are even poking out from the pumpkin patch and in between the sweetcorn. Next year, I'll put them straight in the ground and let them get on with it - dead easy to grow and they support themselves as they're not too tall. An easy crop you can just plant and forget about.