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As the name suggests tendergreen produces masses of tender green pods. The plants are dwarf and strong growing. The pods are slightly curved and stringless. Very productive and very easy to grow. The pods taste most delicious when picked young.Can be grown in larger containers in patio areas.Beans are a good source of Vitamins A and K. Always cook before eating.
For earliest crop sow the seeds inside in individual pods about 3 weeks before the last expected frost. Sow seeds individually in small pots 3-4 cm deep. Keep the temperature between 17-22 Celsius.
Transplant outside when the plants are strong and all risk of frost has passed.
Outside sowing can be done in late spring when the soil is warm enough for the beans. Typically, late May or early June sowing is recommended. Sow 3-4 cm deep in well-prepared soil. Allow 15-20 cm between the seeds and 40-50 cm between the rows.
Keep picking the pods when young, so the plant can produce more delicious beans.