From my trip last Saturday, I got two seeds of Runner bean.
Yes, when we stopped to take some pictures, I found a Runner bean vine was climbing at the bamboo fence on the road side.
This plant was really interested me.
I have never seen the real plant before.
Then, I took two old-dry pods from the vine, and just got one seeds in the each pods.
Wow... interesting seeds.
When I arrived at home, I soaked the seeds for about a night.
Then I put the seeds on the plastic cups for seedling.
Look... here they are the seedlings today...
They grow so fast, and look so healthy.
I have noticed that the germination was different to other beans.
The roots grow intensively just on the a week.
I have never grown this plant before.
Actually I found this plant was grown on the upland area about 1,900 meters from sea level with average daily temperature is about 10-20 Celsius.
And now, they are grown on my garden at the elevation 300 meters from sea level.
Is the Runner bean adaptable to warm weather?
I don't know when is the best time to transplanting the seedling in to the ground.
Readers, if you have experience on growing runner bean, please give me tips or advice, what should I do later.
Thank you for sharing.
And have a wonderful weekend...