Climbing Bean: Giant of Stuttgart

Phaseolus vulgaris
40 seeds/pktClimbing Bean: Giant of Stuttgart
  • Climbing
  • Green string-less pods to 30cm
  • Heavy bearing
  • Massive stringless green beans
    Huge beans are often stringy and not for eating as green beans - but Giant of Stuttgart bucks the system with huge stringless beans that you can crunch up fresh, or cook up and enjoy. Tender and tasty, the big beans develop on vigorous plants that produce a heavy yield of bumpy pods that only begin to get tough as they ripen and dry. Let them scramble up fences or prepare a trellis for a giant crop that's second to none. This heritage variety from Europe does well in Australian gardens, and is waiting to give you its very best.

$3.25 inc GST

$3.25 inc GST

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Product Description
Planting Guide

Product Description

Climbing Bean: Giant of Stuttgart 40 seeds seeds (Phaseolus vulgaris) NON GMO

Climbing Bean: Giant of Stuttgart is a superb variety that grows tall and produces round string-less pods of delicious climbing beans. Well known for its flavour and heavy cropping; it is one of the most popular bean varieties. Hardy annual. Ideal for deep freezing and packed with delicious flavour!

Huge beans are often stringy and not for eating as green beans - but Giant of Stuttgart bucks the system with huge stringless beans that you can crunch up fresh, or cook up and enjoy. Tender and tasty, the big beans develop on vigorous plants that produce a heavy yield of bumpy pods that only begin to get tough as they ripen and dry. Let them scramble up fences or prepare a trellis for a giant crop that's second to none. This heritage variety from Europe does well in Australian gardens, and is waiting to give you its very best.

Planting Guide

Method: Direct
Planting Depth: 20mm
Best Planting Season/s: , , ,
Germination: 7 to 14 days at 18 to 26C
Life Cycle: Frost tender annual
Plant Height: Climbing
Row Spacing: 50cm
Plant Spacing: 10cm
Position: Full sun
Days to maturity/flowering: 65 to 75 days
Other: Plants do best with a medium to climb on; trellis or garden stake are popular solutions. Pick regularly to prolong flowering
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