Firestorm Runner Bean Seeds


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Firestorm is a new variety of runner beans, bred to be self-fertile, sweet and stringless. It’s scarlet flowers will liven up any vegetable or flower garden, and it’s self-pollinating ability will ensure a crop even during a drought. Bonus: the flowers are edible, too!



Firestorm Runner Bean Seeds

Firestorm runner beans are both beautiful and incredibly easy to grow. Because they’re self-pollinating (they don’t rely on bees or other insects for pollination), they set pods even during the most inclement of weather.

The beans themselves are stringless and sweet, and some find them to be tenderer than other varieties of runner beans. If you’re looking for both beauty and taste, Firestorm might be the choice for you: they have all the beauty of a classic runner bean, and yet are graced with the more succulent texture more commonly associated with French beans.

Winner of the Gardening Which Award.

Height: 3m (10'). Spread: 30cm (12")

Common Questions

What month do you plant Firestorm runner beans? You can begin sowing your runner bean seeds in pots between March and June. If you're direct sowing your Firestorm plant then it is best to do it once the warmer spring and summer weather has set in.

What is eating my Firestorm runner beans? Slugs and snails love to dine on your young Firestorm plants. If you don't take preventative action then they can destroy your runner bean crops in a single night.

How tall do Firestorm plants grow? Your Firestorm plant can grow between 8 and 9 feet high in the right conditions. You need to have frames, trellis or supporting canes in place that are strong enough to support the lanky plant and it's fruits.

Firestorm Details

Average Germination Time
7 - 14 Days
Sowing Method
Direct to Ground
Days to Maturity
75 - 95 Days
Packet Seed Count
Recommended Soil pH

Sow and Harvest Times

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