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3 Colors Mix Bean Seeds (Mardi Gras Blend)

(4 customer reviews)

These three colors mix,
representing Mardi Gras blend.
Purple, green and gold,
bring happiness to your life.
eat these seeds and enjoy
the good times that are in store.



Looking for a unique and vibrant addition to your garden?

Look no further than our Mardi Gras Blend Bean Seeds!

These seeds produce purple, yellow, and green beans all on the same plant, creating a beautiful and colorful display in your garden.

What’s more, these beans are also delicious when cooked.

3-color mix beans are like Mardi Gras in the garden! This tricolor mix of yellow, purple, and green bean pods are both delicious and festive! Selected for their delicious flavor and high-yields, these 3-color blend produce stringless and fiber-less beans that always add a pop of color on the table and are delicious in all culinary preparations.

Plants are early-yielding, grow prolifically, and require no support.

This mix contains 3 varieties of bush beans seeds:

1. Top Crop Green Bean – An award-winning variety of green bean!

Low-maintenance and disease-resistant, top taste all-around.

2. Royal Burgundy Bean – An heirloom variety and reliable producer of stunning deep purple beans!

Heavy producer of sweet-tasting beans.

3. Golden Wax Yellow Wax Bean – A prolific variety of bright golden yellow beans! Excellent buttery flavor.

We ship in 1 business day. Shipped with USPS First Class Mail.

Plant Name: Bush Bean; Top Crop, Royal Burgundy, Golden Wax

Latin Name: Phaseolus Vulgarus

Days to Germinate: 6-8

Days to Harvest: 60

Germination Rate: 90%

Test Date: 3/21 USDA Zones: 3-12

Lifespan: Annual

Country of Origin: United States

Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Shade

GMO: No Pollination: Heirloom, Open-Pollinated

Store in a cool and dry location such as the refrigerator or basement to best preserve germination rates.

Planting Instructions: Soil Preparation: Remove weeds, large rocks, and litter from the planting area.

Till the soil 8-10 inches deep and rake several times to break up large clods. It is best to do this when the soil is dry enough to not stick to garden tools.

Loosening the soil will help the plant establish strong roots.

Planting: In the Spring, plant beans after all danger of frost has passed. In the Fall, plant beans 10 to 12 weeks before the first expected frost.

For large plots, use ¼ to ½ pound of seed for each 100 feet of row of green beans.

Plant bush beans 1 inch deep and 1 to 2 inches apart in the rows that are 2½ to 3 feet apart.

Planting in moist soil is best for seeds to germinate and emerge quickly.

After the beans have sprouted, thin the plants to 3-4 inches apart.

Planting Depth: 1 inch

Within-Row Spacing: 1-2 inches, thin to 3-4 inches

Between-Row Spacing: 2 1/2-3 feet

Care During the Season: Watering: Water the plants about once a week in dry weather.

Try not to let the soil dry out while the beans are blooming or the blooms will drop and yields will be decreased. Weeding: The roots of beans grow near the soil surface.

When hoeing and pulling weeds, try not to dig too deep to prevent the plant’s roots from damage.

Fertilizing: As the plants begin to flower and set beans, you may optionally apply fertilizer to help plants produce more beans.

Spread the fertilizer throughout the rows as far as 1 2 cups of poo per 10 feet of row. Wait until you obtain watered and spray the insecticide afterward. Bt-based insecticides and organic sulfur are sturdy options. Sulfur also offers fungicidal properties and helps in dealing with many diseases.

Before using a pesticide, read the label and always follow cautions, warnings and directions. Diseases: Diseases may be a possibility during cool, wet weather.

If spots appear on leaves or bean pods, treat the plant with an approved fungicide. Neem oil, sulfur, and other fungicides may be used.

Harvesting: Pick beans when they are about 6 inches long and as thick as a pencil for best taste. If beans are picked, the plants will continue producing for several weeks.

Beans are over-mature if they are tough, dry, fading in color, or stringy.

Fresh beans can be frozen or stored in a refrigerator for a week.

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30+ Count, 90+ Count

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4 reviews for 3 Colors Mix Bean Seeds (Mardi Gras Blend)

  1. Danielle Aguilar

    I’m really happy with everything from this business and all of my seeds have germinated and are growing strong!

  2. Diana LaRose

    Seeds look great and came quickly!

  3. amward76

    Seeds arrived quickly. I can’t wait to plant them. I also really appreciate the bonus free seeds. Thank you!

  4. Linda Mirabilio

    Excited to see the bean when they grow. The seeds looked healthy and am very happy.

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