yard-long bean


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South American bean having very long succulent pods

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There was a time when growing Asian vegetables amounted to sowing a few Daikon radishes and cultivating some yard-long beans, and then as novelties.
Though they do taste much Like common green beans, yard-long beans are more tender when cooked and turn a much darker green.
The focus of this investigation is to determine and describe the presence of extrafloral nectaries on yard-long beans (Vigna unguiculata L.
Sometimes it's fun to try oddities, such as yard-long beans, blue potatoes, lemon cucumbers, or white eggplants.
You can freeze most types of snap beans, including yard-long beans. The more substantial the bean, the better the finished frozen product.
yard-long beans (Chinese long beans) or regular green beans, cut into 2-in.
They're also called "yard-long beans" or "asparagus beans," and they're a heavy producer of green beans that clock in at about 18 inches long.
yard-long beans (Chinese long beans) or regular green beans, ends trimmed Coarse sea salt (optional)
We grow lettuce, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, okra, black-eyed peas, yard-long beans, sweet potatoes, papayas, pineapples, coffee, and occasionally cucumbers and melons.
Try classic varieties 'Blue Lake' and 'Kentucky Wonder'; red-flowered scarlet runner; or yard-long beans (Chinese long beans), which have 2-foot-long pods.
Yard-long beans Related to southern 'Mosaic,' 'Red Noodle,' (Vigna peas, yard-long 'Green Pod' sesquipedalis) 80 (asparagus) beans need days plenty of warm sun.
Meanwhile, trim stem ends from 1/2 pound yard-long beans; rinse beans.
The Klimpkes grow Chinese long beans (also called yard-long beans or asparagus beans) on the trellises in spring, snow peas in fall.
Last summer, the I-Dig-My-Garden online forum hosted by Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds (rareseeds.com; www.idigmygarden.com) came alive when people started discussing prolific, heat-resistant yard-long beans (Vigna unguiculata), particularly the 'Red Noodle' variety.
These are asparagus beans, also known as Chinese long beans and yard-long beans (Vigna unguiculata sesquipedalis).