Common Beans is a humble yet cherished garden companion. Renowned for its versatility and nutritional value, it's not just a staple in the kitchen but also a joy to nurture in your outdoor garden.
The Common Bean is a warm-season plant that grows either like a bush or vine, showing off dope green leaves and cute white or purple flowers. The pods that hold the beans look skinny next to the lush leaves and can be green, yellow, or even purple, adding a pop of color to your garden. The plant usually grows about 1 to 2 feet (30-60 cm) tall and wide, making it a perfect fit for various garden setups.
The Common Bean changes with the seasons. It emerges in spring as tender shoots, becomes lush and green in summer, produces pods in maturity, and turns yellow in autumn, signaling harvest time.