I just think these Italian Rose Beans are so beautiful. Why do supermarkets limit us to boring old green beans when there’s so much variety out there?
These babies germinated easily and sprung up to their full size, (12″ – 18″), in about a month and produced so many beans that I’m letting roughly half the crop dry on the branches. Best of all? Because they’re a bush bean, they don’t require trellises or poles and are strong enough to sustain their own weight. Of all the vegetables I planted, these beans were most pest-resistant and drought-resilient of them all. I’ll definitely plant them next time around, too!