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Find out how the Tongue of Fire Heirloom bean grew for me in Ohio on this post.  I share a few images featuring this plant I grew from seed.

About the Tongue of Fire Bean

First off, I need to note I did a horrible job at documenting my bean planting this year.  Due to everything going on in the garden and dome I found myself planting more edibles that were heirlooms to save for future years.  One of such vegetables was this Tongue of Fire Bean.  Some of the facts I love about this variety is:

  • It is an heirloom and only takes 60 days in the right conditions to produce.
  • The outside cover of the bean is pretty pink
  • Inside the dry shell the bean is a pretty burgundy and white large bean
  • This heirloom seed can be saved and grown again in the years to come if stored properly.

In The Garden

It is a very pretty plant to grow especially when the beans arrive.  The long pods are a great accent to any vegetable and flower garden.

This was my first year growing this plant by seed and saving them to eat later.

Resources

Here are few links I find useful on the subject of Tongue of Fire Beans.  On the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardener I found great information about drying this bean. 

The seed feature on this blog post (images) were originally from my purchase at Pinetree Garden Seed company.  

Healthy Seeds in Package
Here are the seeds at purchase.

Let’s Connect

In conclusion of documenting this information about the Tongue of Fire Bean I want to ask you to comment.  Please be sure to leave feedback, including if you grew this bean before.  I can’t wait to cook some of these to see how they taste so be sure to come back and find out in the months to come.  EMAIL ME to be added to my list if you check email.

Happy Gardening,

Bren Haas

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