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Height of Half Runner Beans

Posted by phil.bunch 10 CA (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 26, 13 at 17:26

How tall are half runners expected to grow. I need to plan for support.

Thanks,
Phil Bunch


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RE: Height of Half Runner Beans

Varies, but average is about 3 ft.


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RE: Height of Half Runner Beans

Thanks.

I'm planning on planting some Wren's Eggs. I am looking for a bean similar to the Cargamanto which is very popular in Colombia. It has red stripes on the pod, is speckled and is used in shell stage. I suspect it is a "horticultural" bean and am hoping to find something with a similar flavor and cooking qualities. I also am planting Vermont Cranberry.


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RE: Height of Half Runner Beans

Wrens Egg is actually a short vine pole bean. Plan on 5-6 feet. Vermont Cranberry is a bush bean but does send out short runners on occasion.


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RE: Height of Half Runner Beans

Many Thanks


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