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Red Noodle Yard Long Bean (85 days, Heirloom)


Germ 4-10 days
Red seeds produce high yields of 16-20” long burgundy colored beans that turn green when cooked. Has a very pleasant sweet flavor. 50 seeds



Outside- Bush type: 1” deep and 4-6” apart with soil temperatures above 60 degrees and after the last frost. Planting under 60 degrees results in poor germination. Pole type: Plant 1” deep and 3- 4” apart for trellis/pole growth. Drying type: 1” deep and 5-6” apart. Leave beans on the plant until the leaves are falling and pods are dry and withered

Harvest- Before the seeds bulge and beans snap easily. Pick continually to prolong production.

Tips- Water well during hot dry period and do not over fertilize which results in a surplus of foliage and low, delayed pod growth. Adding inoculant at planting time aids in a larger harvest and more robust plants. Plant seeds every 2-3 weeks for continual harvest throughout the summer.

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my favorite pole bean varieties

I plant 16ft of pole beans on 7ft tall hog panels every year, and I like a variety, both for flavor, texture, and to cover bases for seasonal growing variances. After trying many varieties, the ones that I go back to every year are: Rattlesnake, Fortex, Carminat, Red Noodle, Yard Long, and Goldmarie. If I had to limit myself to one, I would pick the Rattlesnake, at least for our Sacramento climate. It's always the first and last to harvest, heavy crops, tastes great, is more forgiving in picking size, and easier to pick due to the purple mottled color, which stands out better among the leaves. Yard Long beans are fun, and you can use them as a base for a meal, instead of pasta. They add a nice texture variety. Also great for stir fry, since they are skinny. These purple ones add even more variety, and are easy to pick because of the color.

robert b.
United States United States
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All of the seeds had good germination. very pleased

Deanne D.
United States
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Red noodle yard long bean

I love red noodle.. It isn't quite as productive as the green, and has a slightly lower germination rate . However, the taste is great, and the red color is retained even after cooking. It's the best in a green/red/yellow mix. If I can only have one yard long bean, red noodle is it.

Jennifer Hansen
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Big, long, and bug-resistant

I was impressed with how much thicker the red asparagus beans are than the green ones. The flavor is much milder in the red than the green as well. The Japanese beetles left them alone. I did have stink bugs, but they were easy to remove by hand into soapy water; and, frankly, the stink bugs were thick on everything this year. People I shared them with raved over their flavor as well.

Linda Hubbard
Sw Texas

New one for me.

Received seeds, had their space all ready for them. Had to wait a month before planting due to our unnaturally cool spring weather. Planted 1 May already plants are 13 inches tall. Growing nicely. No flowers yet. Have survived our first 2 100 degree days with no wilting or droopiness. Cant wait for first harvest.