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2 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, produces a lot
What are the cons? none
I planted four types of long beans. Three of the four were Thai long beans. This one ran circles around all the others. We gave away a forth of what we grew and threw away a forth. Yet we still had them for dinner every night. We fed three families with just three plants. All the of the long beans were planted on the same day. This one started producing weeks before the others and continued to produce well after the others slowed down.
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6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Grew well in my climate
What are the cons? Purple kind are easier to see
I grew these and the Thai Purple Podded ones. Loved them both. The purple ones were great because they stood out from the green foliage, making them easier to find. The both grew well in my warm, rainy, humid climate (Keaau, Hawaii), where some plants have trouble.
We chopped them into 1-3" pieces and sauted with some garlic and oil. Mixed them with the purple ones for a very pretty and yummy dish. I am not a green bean connoisseur; I never actually buy green beans, but since these will grow easily in my garden and I can harvest them for free, I really enjoy them! My 2-year-old loves to eat them raw from the garden.
I got a ton of beans off of just a small, 12' long trellis. Had to pick very day or 2 to keep up. If I didn't feel like cooking beans that night, I would give them away or feed them to my goats, who very much appreciated them! I definitely plan on growing more of these, and the purple ones. I am also going to try other varieties, just for fun.
What are the pros? good production
What are the cons? texture???
The pants produced a lot. The beans need very little cooking time, about 5 beans are a large serving for 1 person, but the texture is very soft; not suitable for freezing or 3 bean salad.
4 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, reliable
What are the cons? Not as tasty as regular beans
Our record wet late spring has done a number on my garden. The green beans have been disappointing as I planted a lot. Thai #2 Red Seeded is the exception - It has been growing strong and producing well.
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? EAsy to grow, tasty, amazing
our first experience with long beans. totally awesome. Longest was 27". very prolific, pretty and tasty. Grew right up the fence, easy to see & pick. will grow again.