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Initially sourced by Adaptive Seeds in 2007 from Gerhard Bohl in Germany, who told them it came from a fresh market in the city of Khabarovsk, Siberia, in 1990.
Khabarovsk dry beans look similar to Borlotti beans, except they are more tan in colour with dark purple stripes and speckling. Beans are very large in size, expanding to an even larger, plump bean when cooked. The texture is creamy and quite hearty when cooked in a stew or soup.
Grow this variety for dry or fresh shelling beans. Sow them after the last frost and leave them to mature for the season. Vines will grow tall and produce countless bean pods. This variety is very easy to grow and requires little maintenance.
Sow beans 1 to 2 weeks before the average last frost date. Check out my Seed Starting Calculator for specific planting dates for your area.
Harvest when beans have filled out within the pods. To harvest dry beans, leave pods on the vines until fully dry.
Planting depth: 1 inch
Spacing: 3 to 4 inches apart
Provide a good support structure, as vines are indeterminate and will grow long and abundant.
Days to Maturity: 90
Price: $4.25 each
Packet: 0.5oz (approximately 15-20 seeds)
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