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Runner Bean St George produces an early, high yield of crisp, juicy pods with good snap. St George out performed every other bean at RHS Wisley trials and the National Veg Society in 2008 – producing the heaviest crops by a mile. The ornamental bi-colour flowers are an attractive red and white.
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A British bred bean, well deserving of its RHS AGM. This bicoloured red and white flowered variety produces particularly heavy yields of pale green, 30cm (12") long pods. Crops from Runner Bean ‘St George’ are earlier and of superior quality when compared to Runner Bean ‘Painted Lady’.
Runner Bean St George Seeds; Runner Bean Seeds – St George. Phaseolus coccineus. The heaviest-cropping runner bean in recent RHS trials, providing a bountiful harvest of fine-flavoured, semi-stringless beans. The attractive bi-coloured red-and-white flowers are an added bonus! RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.