Die Gartenbohne (Phaseolus vulgare) haben die Indianer Südamerikas gezüchtet und ist von den Amerikafahrern im 16. Jahrhundert nach Europa gebracht worden, wo sie einen rasanten Siegeszug in den Gärten hinlegte.

Wurden zuerst die eiweissreichen trockenen Bohnen zu Suppe oder Mus verkocht, folgten ab dem 20. Jahrhundert zarte, fadenlose Sorten. Erst so wurde die Gartenbohne vom Grundnahrungsmittel zur delikaten Beilage. Die fleischlose Ernährung bringt die Trockenbohne wieder in Mode. Wir bieten ein tolles Sortiment von Stangen- und Buschbohnen an. Beide sind im Hausgarten oder auf dem Balkon beim Stadtgmüesler einfach zu kultivieren.

Beans

legume family Vigna angularis

Red Adzuki bean (Red mung bean)

These small red beans are used for sprouts in Asian cuisine, but also for “dal” (cooked legumes). The high protein content makes this bean particularly valuable from a nutrition standpoint. With versatility that allows it to enter everything from exotic to your grandma’s recipes, it is a must have. Cultivate your own GMO-free protein source in your own garden!

These small red beans are used for sprouts in Asian cuisine, but also for “dal” (cooked legumes). The high protein content makes this bean particularly valuable from a nutrition standpoint. With versatility that allows it to enter everything from exotic to your grandma’s recipes, it is a must have. Cultivate your own GMO-free protein source in your own garden!

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Sowing quantity 500 g/Are

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Pongo Bush beans

This modern variety sets a new standard in terms of taste and yield. The very thin (7-8 mm) and shiny beans are 15-17 cm long. Very robust. Resistances: HR BCMV/Cl

Sowing from middle of May to middle of July in rows (40-50cm distance). Plant a single corn every 5-8cm at a depth of about 1cm (never to deep). “Beans have to hear the bells ring'”. Later rake and lightly earth up twice. Beans stand well in the presence of beets, leek, celery and radish. Tip: Let the seeds swell for 12h in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 500 - 800 g/Are

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Marché de Vully Bush beans

Traditional Swiss variety from the region of Vully. The bean blooms in pink, is tender and stringless and produces a high yield. The beans are suitable for drying and also deep freezing.

Sow from middle of May to middle of July in rows (40-50cm distance). Plant a single corn every 5-8cm at a depth of about 1cm (never to deep). “Beans have to hear the bells ring'”. Late rake and slightly earth up twice. Beans grow well in turns with beets, leek, celery and radish. Tip: Let the seeds swell for 12h in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 500 - 800 g/Are

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Sabo Bush beans

Medium-early, productive and well-proven variety with strong husks. Well suited for drying and sterilising.

Sow from middle of May to middle of July in rows (40-50cm distance). Plant a single corn every 5-8cm at a depth of about 1cm (never to deep). “Bean have to hear the bells ring'”. Later rake and lightly earth up twice. Beans stand well in turns with beets, leek, celery and radish. Tip: Let the seeds swell for 12h in lukewarm chamomile tea before Sowing.

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Sowing quantity 500 - 800 g/Are

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Major Bush beans

Very robust and productive variety, with tender yellow beans, 15-17 cm long. Resistances: HR BCMV/Cl

Sowing from middle of May to middle of July in rows (40-50cm distance). Plant a single corn every 5-8cm at a depth of about 1cm (never to deep). “Beans have to hear the bells ring'”. Later rake and lightly earth up twice. Beans stand well in the presence of beets, leek, celery and radish. Tip: Let the seeds swell for 12h in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 500 - 800 g/Are

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Yellow wax bean Bush beans

This medium early variety gives a high yield of long, slender, golden-yellow pods. They are very tender and delicate in flavour. They are robust and handle frost well.

Sow from mid-May to mid-July in rows 40–50 cm apart. Seed at 5–8 cm spacing about 1 cm deep. Never seed too deep; as they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” Help germination by lightly raking with a fine toothed rake and, later, hill the plants twice. Harvest early and you can double crop. Beans do well intercropped with crops like beets, leeks, celery, and radish. Gardeners Tip: Soak seeks for twelve hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Wonderful-delicate selection z Bush beans

The super tender, stringless little bean. Extremely, high yield throughout a long harvest season; exactly what one wishes for the house garden. Very suitable for sterilisation, drying and deep freezing.

Sowing from middle of May to middle of July in rows (40-50cm distance). Plant a single corn every 5-8cm at a depth of about 1cm (never to deep). “Beans have to hear the bells ring'”. Later rake and lightly earth up twice. Beans stand well in the presence of beets, leek, celery and radish. Tip: Let the seeds swell for 12h in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Garden luck Bush beans

Nothing can go wrong with the variety "Garden luck". That's something already our mothers and grand mothers knew. Medium-Early rich bearing variety. The pods are long, tender and stringless. Very recommended. For drying, deep freezing and sterilisation.

Sowing from middle of May to middle of July in rows (40-50cm distance). Plant a single corn every 5-8cm at a depth of about 1cm (never to deep). “Beans have to hear the bells ring'”. Later rake and lightly earth up twice. Beans stand well in the presence of beets, leek, celery and radish. Tip: Let the seeds swell for 12h in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 500 - 800 g/Are

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Runner bean, Scarlet runner bean Runner bean

The red and white flowering plants become and ornament in your garden that also produces a high and nutritious yield. They are suitable for high elevations and harsh locations. The plant grows about 250–300 cm tall. Runner beans are less demanding than climbing beans which means you are sure to reap the rewards of your labour. There are two seed colours: White and dark-violet speckled

Sow from mid-May to early June at a distance of 60 cm distance with about 9 beans in a circle. Seed 2 cm down, but not too deep. As they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” In the centre of the circle place a 2.5 m stake to allow the runner beans to literally run up. These beans respond well to ample compost. Gardeners Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 2 kg/Are

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Red kidney Indian bean (Corn bean)

“Red kidney” is a prominent dry bean. You let them dry as opposed to eating them in the pods like green beans. Harvest the dry seeds in August so that you can use them in your favourite autumn recipes. They are great in hot soups and Mexican dishes (chili con carne) to keep you warm on cool evenings. They make a colourful addition to salads too. They are loaded with protein, give a high-yield, and taste great. A must have for all gardens.

Sow from mid-May an on in rows 40–50 cm apart. Seed at 5–8 cm spacing with single seeds 2 cm deep. Help germination by lightly raking with a fine toothed rake and, later, hill the plants twice. Harvest the dry pods from the end of August. Air dry then thrash and sift out the red beans.

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Monstrance, Angel bean Meditation bean

No other runner bean has been attributed with so many mystical stories like the Monstrance bean. Just look at the markings on the bean—are they the markings of a monstrance or an angel? In any event, they appear to be painted with the finest tipped brush imaginable on a noble white canvas. It stimulates the observer to long for the sacred.

Sow these seeds in sun-warmed solid beginning in early May. Watch them sprout and climb up a stake (2.5 m) and flower then produce fruits. Towards autumn they will develop the pattern on their mature seeds. Keep these pods intact and let them dry. When Christmas time comes around, bring out your dried pods to shell. Everyone will admire the angel figures of each bean. The tender green pods can be harvested and eaten in summer and dried beans can be used in recipes all autumn and winter. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Yin and yang (Starazagorsky) Meditation bean

This bush bean serves as a meditation bean complete with the yin and yang signs. Use them as decorations near your apartment’s zen garden or on any shelf. You can also take a couple of seeds and form circles in your palm as a form of relaxation and to enjoy their tender touch.

Sow from middle of May to middle of July in rows (40-50cm distance). Plant a single corn every 5-8cm at a depth of about 1cm (never to deep). “Beans have to hear the bells ring'”. Later rake and lightly earth up twice. Beans grow well in the presence of beets, leek, celery and radish. Tip: Let the seeds swell for 12h in lukewarm chamomile tea before Sowing.

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Black Hokkaido Sojabohnen

This black soybean is considered in Japan to be the absolute best. It is perfect and highly recommended for edamame. Continuously harvest young pods while the seeds are still soft. Then blanch them in boiling salt water. After they drip off you can pop the seeds into your mouth with a little bit of finger pressure. If you let the seeds mature, they can be used like other dry beans.

Cultivate like other peas. In brief, sow from March to April. Space rows at 40–60 cm with 2–3 cm between each single seed at a depth of 5 cm. Alternatively, space circular plantings of 8–10 seeds at 40–60 cm. Seeds must be protected from birds. Pound in a branched stake in the centre of the circle for plants to climb up. If sown into rows, trellis plants with twine or wire on both sides. Harvest from June and onwards.

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Sowing quantity 500 - 600 g/Are

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Coco Climbing beans / Pole beans

Tender beans with flat pods. Cut in 2-3cm long pieces, it is served on its own or in combination with mixed vegetables. The seeds have pretty marks and are one of the favourite dried beans in Italy. Attention: heavenly tender.

Sow from mid-May to the beginning of June at a distance of 60 cm. Place about 9 beans 2 cm deep in a circle pattern. “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” So do not sow them too deep. Stick a 2.5 m stake in the circle to give the beans a climbing trail for their tendrils. They respond well to ample compost. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 400 - 600 g/Are

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Brienzer, Chrugler Climbing beans / Pole beans

This healthy and fruitful bean is native to the Bernese Highlands where it is referred to as Chugler. The green pod is lightly speckled with violet hues as are the marbled white and pink seeds within. The pods are tender and full of flavour. This brings you a traditional taste from the highlands. After you try it, you will know why it is such a popular variety.

Sow from mid-May to the beginning of June at a distance of 60 cm. Place about 6–7 beans 2 cm deep in a circle pattern. As they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” So do not sow them too deep. Stick a 2.5 m stake in the circle to give the beans a climbing trail for their tendrils. Chrugler responds well to ample compost. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 400 - 600 g/Are

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Borlotto Climbing beans / Pole beans

-These robust and high-yielding climbing beans from northern Italy add variation to the garden and kitchen. The dried beans are speckled with beige-brown markings. They are great in stews, soups, or bean salads.

Sow from mid-May to early June at a distance of at least 60 cm and not any less. Sow about 7 seeds at a depth of 2 cm. As they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” Place a 2.5 m stake in the center of the circle for the tendrils to climb. They respond well to ample compost and watering as needed. Harvest the dry pods then thrash and separate the beans from the chaff.

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Half-sized, half-stalk Climbing beans / Pole beans

The name says it all; it’s a pole bean that climbs, but no more than 1.5 m high. This makes is an ideal variety for balcony gardens and small areas. In small areas, it even provides more yield than a bush bean but without the bulky leaves and tendrils going rampant. At this comfortable height, harvest is a breeze too!

Sow from mid-May to the beginning of June at a distance of 60 cm. Place about 9 beans 2 cm deep in a circle pattern. As they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” So do not sow them too deep. Stick a 2.5 m stake in the circle to give the beans a climbing trail for their tendrils. They respond well to ample compost. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Queen of the Neckar Climbing beans / Pole beans

This fast-growing, early variety gives you an early harvest. It is high yielding with long, green, and tender pods that are perfect for food processing. They are great for eating fresh, canning, drying, and deep freezing. They will give you an early start on food processing so that you can enjoy them all year round.

Sow from mid-May to the beginning of June at a distance of 60 cm. Place about 9 beans 2 cm deep in a circle pattern. “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” So do not sow them too deep. Stick a 2.5 m stake in the circle to give the beans a climbing trail for their tendrils. They respond well to ample compost. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 400 - 600 g/Are

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July Climbing beans / Pole beans

Early, green-podded and soft bean with white seeds. It is very aromatic and livens up the cooking space. Great to eat fresh, dehydrated for recipes, or canned. Robust in diverse field conditions.

Sow from mid-may to early June at a distance of 60 cm. Place 9 beans in a circle at 2 cm depth. As they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” So do not plant them too deep. Place a 2.5 m stake in the centre of each circle to give the beans a support to climb up. These beans respond well to ample compost. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 400 - 600 g/Are

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Meuch Climbing beans / Pole beans

Meuch is an heirloom, proven variety that your grandmother was sure to have grown. The purple-speckled pods not only make the food look like modern art, they taste great too. Harvest them when pods are full, but not too late and bulging. You can even use the dry beans in soup to give it that characteristic Meuch flavour.

Sow from mid-May to the beginning of June at a distance of 60 cm. Place about 9 beans in a circle 2 cm deep in a circle pattern. “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” So do not sow them too deep. Stick a 2.5 m stake in the circle to give the beans a climbing trail for their tendrils. Meuch responds well to ample compost. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 400 - 600 g/Are

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Blue-podded Muotathaler Climbing beans / Pole beans

The blue-podded Muotathaler bean adds that special something to your garden. Starting in the beginning of July until well into autumn, they give a rich harvest of tender, long, and naturally stringless pods. The deep pink flowers blossoms seem to decorate the garden with their contrast to the dark foliage. The beans are suitable for deep freezing, drying, and canning. Interestingly, when cooking Muotathaler, the blue colour magically disappears and turns to green.

Sow from mid-May to the beginning of June at a distance of 60 cm. Place about 6–7 beans 2 cm deep in a circle pattern. As they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” So do not sow them too deep. Stick a 2.5 m stake in the circle to give the beans a climbing trail for their tendrils. They respond well to ample compost. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 600 - 800 g/Are

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Beauty of Richigen Climbing beans / Pole beans

Beauty of Richigen comes from the valleys of Emmental. It rightly deserves its name as it is beautiful in both appearance and flavour. It is delicious as a green bean—tender and full of flavour; as a dry bean it gives shiny black seeds. Because of its quality and versatility it is gaining popularity throughout the country.

Sow from mid-May to the beginning of June at a distance of 60 cm. Place about 9 beans 2 cm deep in a circle pattern. As they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” So do not sow them too deep. Stick a 2.5 m stake in the circle to give the beans a climbing trail for their tendrils. They respond well to ample compost. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Sowing quantity 400 - 600 g/Are

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Wine country bean Climbing beans / Pole beans

Wine country beans are a classic of Swiss garden culture. It grows vigorously giving rise to dark pink flowers. It also produces a high yield. The long sleeves are slightly speckled purple as if drops of wine stained them. You will be able to harvest these from mid-July to October. They do great for deep freezing and dehydrating.

Sow from mid-May to the beginning of June at a distance of 60 cm. Place about 6–7 beans 2 cm deep in a circle pattern. As they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” So do not sow them too deep. Stick a 2.5 m stake in the circle to give the beans a climbing trail for their tendrils. They respond well to ample compost. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Das legendäre Posthörnli

Yellow post horn Climbing beans / Pole beans

This pink-blooming favourite has always been a favourite of the Bernese people for many reasons. It’s blooms decorate the garden and then give light yellow, strongly-curved pods, which give the namesake “posthörnli” in German. Their tenderness and flavour are high just as the yield. As an old, stringless variety, they give a pleasingly high yield with full harvest baskets for weeks on end. The word spreads quickly about such characteristics both locally and across international borders!

Sow from mid-May to the beginning of June at a distance of 60 cm. Place about 9 beans 2 cm deep in a circle pattern. As they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” So do not sow them too deep. Stick a 2.5 m stake in the circle to give the beans a climbing trail for their tendrils. They respond well to ample compost. Gardener Tip: Soak seeds for 12 hours in lukewarm chamomile tea before sowing.

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Isérables Climbing beans / Pole beans

This local variety from Isérables (VS) is one of the most flavourful dry beans. It retains its beautiful light beige color and its roughly oval shape while cooking. It not only makes your recipes taste great, but makes them look amazing too. This bean is grown specifically to harvest as a dry bean and not as a pod such as green beans.

Sow from mid-May to early June at a distance of at least 60 cm and not any less. Sow about 7 seeds in a circle at a depth of 2 cm. As they say, “Beans must hear the bells ringing.” Place a 2.5 m stake in the center of the circle for the tendrils to climb. Isérables responds well to ample compost and watering as needed. Harvest the dry pods then thrash and separate the beans from the chaff.

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