Bush beans are a warm season vegetable which also go by names like French beans, haricot, wax beans, and more. As one of the easiest vegetables to grow, bush beans have become a popular choice for many new gardeners. Additionally, bush beans have a very high yield compared to other garden vegetables.
Plant Bush Beans with these Great Vegetables, Herbs, and Flowers
Bush Beans Antagonists (do NOT plant bush beans with these)
Based on our research, you can plant bush beans with just about anything!
Tips for Planting and Growing Bush Beans in your Garden
Planting bush beans is easy to do. First, bush beans must be planted in warm weather. Make sure that the final frost has passed prior to planting this garden vegetable. Next, do not start the seeds indoors. It’s important that beans are not transplanted, they don’t respond well to it. When plating bush bean seeds, plant them one inch deep and 2 inches apart in rows which sit at least 18 inches apart from one another.
For caring, provide at least 1 inch of water per week and you’re good to go!