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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? love these beans
What are the cons? none
Best beans . Have not ever disappointed me.
Everyone loves them
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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Sets bean really early
What are the cons? Took longer to germinate than
Even though these beans got off to a slower start they have beans on them already where my Kentucky Wonder are faster and taller but no beans yet, just lots of flowers. The flowers are gorgeous!
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Sweet
What are the cons? Deer eating my beans
Rattlesnake beans are easy to grow, sweet in flavor when served fresh from the garden, and I planted as late as Mid-July and had beans by September 1 if you keep them watered.
Harvest daily, or every other day, to extend the harvest season and to assure that the beans to not get tough and stringy. The flowers are purplish white, and attractive.Occasionally you will get a deep purple bean. The bi-color bean keeps your interest keen.
11 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Prolific and beautiful
What are the cons? Nothing
We had a pretty hot summer, averaging 107 F degrees (I'm in the DFW area of Texas). The plants 'survived' but didn't produce during this period. As soon as it cooled down to 98 F or less the plants exploded with beans. The plant itself is very pretty with beautiful pink and purple blooms. The beans do have a slightly nutty flavor. They get big very fast so you need to check your plant every day. They taste best fresh when young and tender, but steamed once they get bigger and plump. Very easy to grow. I had no pest issues with this plant.
10 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Good producer, tender in heat
What are the cons? None
So thankful to have found this bean. Planted in March, kept harvesting into the heat and humidity of June in Florida. Regardless of the temperature, the beans stayed tender. My husband (not a gardener) even talked about how delicious they were. From six plants I harvested enough to feed my family of four multiple times. The only reason they stopped producing was because I had to turn off the irrigation to solarize the beds for the summer. Can't wait to plant these in the fall. I suspect they will grow 9 months of the year here. Hooray! Nematode damage was limited with a four inch layer of eucalyptus mulch. No rust or bugs, either.