French Bean Cobra
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French Bean Cobra Seeds, average packet contents :  60 seeds

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French Bean Cobra is a very high quality bean with a long harvest period, that is becoming more popular with amateur growers.

This variety produces long, round pods which remain very straight and have a bright green, smooth surface. Pods are 20cm x 7-9mm, and black-seeded and stringless.

A climbing variety - needs cane support whilst growing.

French Bean Cobra Sowing Guidelines
When to Sow Seeds: April - In Cell Trays
May, Jun - Cell Trays or Outside
Germination Temperature: 16C +
Cover Seed: Lightly
Time to Germinate: 7 -10 Days
Frost Hardy: No
Spacing Between Plants: 30cm
Row Spacing: 50cm
Plant Height: 180cm


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I'm a convert
Thursday, 12 May 2016  |  Richard

I usually grew dwarf beans but these were so simple and productive the last two years I will be using them again this year. I just used slightly shorter canes than runner beans and ended up picking them all autumn.

Easy. Great crop
Sunday, 2 November 2014  |  M

Grown for a couple of years. Will certainly repeat. 6 plants seems to keep us in beans for months. Good cooked, though I prefer purple cascade raw.

Cobra Climbing Frech Beans
Friday, 25 April 2014  |  Charles

Have cropped well over past two years, even better than Blue Lake. Lovely fresh but also freeze well. Highly recommeded

Best crop on Allotment!
Tuesday, 9 April 2013  |  Colleen

This is my third year with Cobra-they even grew well last year through constant rain and wind once hosepipe ban was introduced! Most others are growing this variety now as they crop so well and taste delicious. Chopped up comfrey really made a difference to the amount produced too.

The only survivors from last season
Thursday, 3 January 2013  |  Phil

Grew these for the first time last season along with 2 other varieties, these were the only ones to survive the cold,wet, windy late spring we had so I'm growing these exclusively this year.

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