Walla Walla, WA
What are the pros? Easy to grow, tastes great
What are the cons? Absolutely none!
I planted these Dragon Tongue Beans as a fall crop. They came up quickly and were healthy plants. The flowers are a pretty purple color. I didn't notice beans were growing, hidden under the leaves. When I found them they were very large and I was afraid they would be tough and stringy, but they were not. Not tough one bit. We took a taste of the raw beans and were hooked. They are mild and juicy with a crisp snap when you take a bite. They turn pale yellow when you cook them, and taste wonderful, a little more mild then traditional green beans. We will be planting a spring and fall crop next year, and looking forward to eating more Dragon Tongues.
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