Dwarf beans, also known as green beans, bush beans or French beans, are one of the most popular warm-season vegetables grown at home. These beans are low-growing and can be spaced closely together in rows.
Sow your dwarf green been seeds in well-prepared rows. Space the seeds 70–100mm apart and about 40–50mm deep. If you’re looking to ensure a prolonged harvesting period, sow new seeds every three weeks.
Because of the bean’s short growing period, they require relatively little attention. Watering with liquid manure every two weeks will ensure a longer picking period and superior quality beans. Water your beans well during the flowering period.
Depending on the climate and the hybrid grown, pods are ready to be picked 7–10 weeks after sowing.