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Growing Asparagus Pea, also Winged bean

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(Best months for growing Asparagus Pea in USA - Zone 5a regions)

P = Sow seed

  • Easy to grow. Sow in garden. Sow seed at a depth approximately three times the diameter of the seed. Best planted at soil temperatures between 15°C and 20°C. (Show °F/in)
  • Space plants: 20 - 25 cm apart
  • Harvest in 8-11 weeks. Pick early, pick often.
  • Compatible with (can grow beside): Best grown in separate bed

Your comments and tips

27 Aug 17, Rachel McCracken (Australia - temperate climate)
How did you go?
09 Oct 16, Shelli (New Zealand - sub-tropical climate)
I have my first winged peas growing in my garden....seem to grow quite slowly so far ...but weather warming up now so expect them to grow faster. Mine are still at ground level....lots of photos I have seen online show them assume the will send up growth from middle and start to climb. I just read where it said to pick at 1
25 Sep 16, emmanuel torres (Australia - tropical climate)
sir I have a question and it is okay for me if you will answer this or not.... what is the blooming habits and modes of pollination of winged bean? it is our project presentation.. could help me!!!!
24 Aug 16, charles geddes (Australia - temperate climate)
I reside in Perth and wish to know where I can purchase winged bean seeds
30 May 17, Tanya Selth (Australia - temperate climate)
You can get these right now on ebay from a seller called olelantana who posts to WA. Im just about to order some myself
11 Sep 16, Justin (Australia - temperate climate)
I just bought the wing beans seed from the net. Just Google " wing beans" to search
26 Jan 16, Peter Tan (Australia - temperate climate)
Where can I buy the 4 angle bean seeds from? Am residing in Perth, WA.
18 Feb 16, Jo (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Hi Peter I just got mine delivered from Green Harvest, they are based in Maleny Qld.
15 Dec 15, Noni (Australia - temperate climate)
I have winged peas in and they are huge, but I have left them on the ground as a ground cover. I grow them in semi shade and they are doing so well. Started them off as seed direct in to the ground just when ordinary peas were finishing. They have not flowered yet so dont know what they re like but their little bushes look great
10 Dec 15, (Australia - temperate climate)
I have been trying to grow winged beans, hav tried 3 lots of seed from different sources, some soaked before planting, some not, different times of year and different places in the garden, all places have other plants quite happy but NO WINGED BEANS! Anyone got ideas about what I might be doing wrong? It's been very dry but I water regularly and as I said all my other plants are doing quite well.
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Hi Peter I just got mine delivered from Green Harvest, they are based in Maleny Qld.

- Jo

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