They grow like the seed company said they would, and produce a lot of beans. And we can’t eat flowers, but these pretty little orchid-like flowers just make you smile.
They didn’t look very exciting in June and July, slow to get started. Maybe they just had to get better established than other beans I’ve grown, or maybe once the really hot weather hit that was their type of climate.
Now there are 3 people I’ve talked to about them who want seeds, and we’ll be saving some for each of them, and some for next year, when we’ll grow these again. Love those heirloom plants: save seeds, plant seeds, get the same plants back next year.