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Growing Asparagus Pea, also Winged bean

Jan F M A M J J A S O N Dec
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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 59°F and 68°F. (Show °C/cm)
  • Space plants: 8 - 10 inches apart
  • Harvest in 8-11 weeks. Pick early, pick often.
  • Compatible with (can grow beside): Best grown in separate bed

Your comments and tips

02 Dec 15, kizito Dube Zimbawe (Australia - temperate climate)
can you supply me with Asparagus pea seed to buy? I want to try it in Zimbabwe
01 Dec 15, jessica (Australia - temperate climate)
Are ground coffee good for the winged bean does it do any harm to the plant,
13 May 15, Victor Lal (New Zealand - temperate climate)
Where can I buy winged bean /Goa bean seeds in New Zealand
02 May 15, (Australia - tropical climate)
They are the same bean......... Glen
15 Feb 15, wendy (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
can anyone tell me what is the difference between asparagus peas and winged beans thank you
08 Dec 14, Angie (Australia - temperate climate)
Just bought a pack of winged bean seeds from Bunning... Anyone grow them here in Melbourne before? Any growing tip?
03 May 15, Glen (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
They do not like hot weather so I would suggest that after soaking the beans in slightly warm water for a couple of hours you plant say midway to end of September in Melbourne.... Cheers- Glen
09 Dec 14, Glen (Australia - tropical climate)
Best to partially cover them with water and soak them until they get soft and then plant them10mm deep do not water them until they appear. regards
27 Jun 14, Ennie McCurdy (USA - Zone 10a climate)
I just got my Wing Beans from Amazon.com that I ordered. I live in Texas and it is almost the end of June here. When can I plant these beans or is it too late to plant them now. Would appreciate your response. Thanks.
16 Jun 14, Steven Johnston (Australia - tropical climate)
I am growing wing beans they have got their 5th set of leaves,they are yellowish in colour is this normal or should I fertilize them if so with what? Thanks Steven
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I just got my Wing Beans from Amazon.com that I ordered. I live in Texas and it is almost the end of June here. When can I plant these beans or is it too late to plant them now. Would appreciate your response. Thanks.

- Ennie McCurdy

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