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Snap bean 'Pfaelzer Juni' (Phaseolus vulgaris)

Snap bean 'Pfaelzer Juni' (Phaseolus vulgaris)
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Seed quantity:
50 Pcs.
Botanical name:
Phaseolus vulgaris
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The bush or snap bean 'Pfaelzer Juni' is a German heirloom cultivar going back hundreds of years, and one of the earliest-yielding types of beans there is. After 6 weeks, the first pods are ready to be plucked. It is so fast-growing, you can even
sow some in early August as a late crop and with some luck get a nice late harvest in autumn. This robust and high-yielding variety of bean belongs to the casekinfe beans. Their pods are green, stringless, tender, meaty, long and wide.

Due to its low growth it is also referred to as a dwarf bean, and is perfect for cultivation on small ground surfaces with little room for climbing, as is the case on the balcony or the terrace. When sold on markets it is often offered in bunches bundled with summer savory.

Package with approx. 50 Palatine June dwarf bush bean seeds

Growing instructions

Sow in rows from early May to mid-July. Lay out 3-5 beans and press them into the soil. Sowing depth 1.5-3 cm. Planting distance in rows: 10-15 cm, Row Spacing: 40-45 cm. Loves warm locations. At about 10 cm height of the plant, earthing up is recommended for better stability.

Details: Plant description & care

Plant family:
Plant height approx.:
30–60 cm
Flower colour:
Pink, White
Flowering period :
August, July, June, September
Protection from wind, Sun
Water requirements:
Moderately moist
Lifecycle :
Winter hardy up to:
Not hardy

Sowing & cultivation

Indoor pre-culture (seedling stage):
Sowing time outdoors:
July, June, May
Sowing depth:
3 – 15 cm
Best germination temperature :
12 – 18 °C
Germination time in days:
10 – 20
Planting distance approx.:
15 x 40 cm
Maturation time (days):
70 Pcs.
Main harvest:
August, July, October, September

Companion planting

Bad intercropping partners:
Good intercropping partners:
Beetroot, Garlic, Lettuce, Summer savory

Other names

German names:
Buschbohne, Fisole, Gartenbohne, Strankerl
English names:
Bush bean, Common bean, Garden bean, Green bean
French names:
Haricot, Haricot commune
Spanish names:
Alubias, Fabas, Fesol, Fréjol, Fríjol, Habichuelas, Judías, Porotos


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