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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very easy to grow
What are the cons? None
Haricot Tarbais is the quintessential Cassoulet bean. I bought it specifically to cook this traditional south-western France dish. I wasn't disappointed. 100% germination rate. Very easy to grow. We trained it on wood garden obelisks I made which the vines covered beautifully. We got lots of compliments on the look of the whole thing from neighbors and passers-by. I can't comment on productivity yet. It was grown in a very poor soil. The vines were healthy and the dried beans excellent. This year I will grow it in a properly prepared bed. I'll come back to comment on yields at the end of the up-coming season but, reading other comments, I suspect it'll be a very good yield.
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17 out of 17 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, very high yield
I tested out growing around 8 different types of beans in my garden this year, for drying, and these beat the others hands-down in terms of their vibrant growth and prolific production. It wasn't even close. As someone trying to identify candidate staple food crops, I couldn't be happier with the yield from the Haricot Tarbais beans. I will definitely plant these again!
15 out of 15 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Not fussy
Very easy pole bean to grow. Very productive. We harvest several times the young green beans for saute then let them go so they would mature. They were great both ways, but you can't beat the beautiful white beans - first class. We will grow these again next year for sure.
15 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? High Producing, Robust Plants
I was very happy with the yield from these beans. They were on tall, strong vines and bore an early crop and then never stopped until just before frost. I will plant a lot more next year to keep through the winter; with one packet I got to eat them twice and save so many of the largest ones to plant next year. I planted about 7 varieties of beans this season, this was the clear winner.
What are the pros? The thin skin, delicate flavor
My husband and I love this bean ! Excellent flesh, meaty bean. It almost had a mashed potato flavor. Very easy to grow as it had no insect or disease problems.