Climbing peas and runner beans are among the most productive vegetables in the garden, but you do have to treat them well to get the best crops. They are easy to care for once planted out and established, but the key to success is to nourish the soil well before planting time.

Grow a Row of Beans

Runner Beans ~ Climbing French and runner beans are very productive vegetable garden plants. Add some simple wooden stakes and you'll add some country style, too.

Build Support for Beans |Support is vital for these climbing plants. Build a wigwam from eight canes, ideally at least 7 ft (2.2 m) long, pushed firmly into the soil about 12 in (30 cm) apart, in a circle. Tie the canes securely at the top and again halfway down.

Growing Runner Beans

Bean or Flower Support Teepee! Made out of bamboo sticks and twine! I pushed them in ground about 5 inches, it was indestructible ! High winds, storms, etc. They hold as many delicious beans as u care to plant. I put 4 around each pole stick!

How to Grow Runner Beans

How to Grow Runner Beans

Climbing French and runner beans are among the most productive vegetable plants in the garden, They are easy to care for once planted.

Growing runner beans in containers

Growing Runner Beans in Containers

Growing peas in a container-- will thrive if given support for the vines to climb. I am trying this with white half runner and kentucky wonder beans. TIP: Use an upsidedown tomatoe cage!

S is planning one of these; it has to be big enough for 4 kids.  I'll not be growing much more than beans methinks!

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Creating a teepee for growing vine plants can also be a great "secret" garden escape for playing. These are beans.

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Growing Runner Beans in Your Garden Growing runner beans prefer light, well-drained soil.  Plant seeds one inch deep and space plants six inches apart in the rows.

Growing Runner Beans in Your Garden Growing runner beans prefer light, well-drained soil. Plant seeds one inch deep and space plants six inches apart in the rows.

Aphids love runner beans, so if you plant nasturtiums next to your beans as a 'sacrificial crop', you're more likely to be able to eat the beans yourself!

Thompson & Morgan has a wide range of pea seed & bean seed available to buy online in the UK. All types of vegetable seed are available for delivery!

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Growing Vegetables In Pots - Grow Your Own Runner Beans

Obelisk Trellis, DIY Trellis, Wood Trellis, Bean Trellis, Cucumber Trellis

Obelisk Trellis, DIY Trellis, Wood Trellis, Bean Trellis, Cucumber Trellis Painted dark blue grey and white obelisk top …YES!

shade-loving veggies for containers (salad leaves, rocket, spinach beet, runner beans, spring onions, carrots)

Growing Vegetables In Pots - How To Grow Shade Loving Edible Plants

Scarlet runner bean growing on a tall teepee.  Got some seeds from friends who call them red runner beans

Scarlet runner bean growing on a tall teepee. Got some seeds from friends who call them red runner beans

How to Grow Runner Beans

How to Grow Runner Beans

All you need to know about growing runner beans - they are one of the easiest and most successful vegetables to grow -they shoot up very quickly, have lovely red flowers and produce lots of beans

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