This variety Gigante svizzero is a great tasting sugar snap and very productive and if you are new to growing peas it a great one to start with.
If you starting peas for podding its still the best way to start them in moduals
Although i say in the intro to this video it climbing and dwarf french beans i also plant Butter Beans which are a type of Runner Bean grown especially for there larger sized beans
The easiest was for most of us for most of us to increase the amount of space we have to grow in is to grow plants vertically. Beans in their many varieties will do this as there normally method of growing is to climb up a support. I filmed this a few weeks ago and will be doing an update shortly to show you how they are growing.
In this video I will tell you how to plant most types of Climbing Beans and most reliable varieties for taste and best cropping along with a couple of more unusual varieties you may not have tried.
In a couple of weeks I will show you how to plant these out and how to construct the supports they need.
So get sowing and use all that air space above your bed!
If you have encounter any problems with your beans, put the issue on my blog and I will do my best to help.
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