The quick and convenient step by step guide to growing your red-leaved hyacinth bean vine seeds!
Red leaved hyacinth beans are often grown for their showy flowers, but most of the plant is actually edible. You'll love these vines for their beautiful leaves, stems, and flowers.
How to Grow Red Leaved Hyacinth Bean Vines Seeds
#1 | The seeds of red-leaved hyacinth beans are very hard so soaking them in lukewarm water overnight before you plant them will help to improve germination.
# 2 | Wait until all danger of frost in your area has passed before direct sowing. The seeds will not germinate well in cold soil and the young plants can be killed easily by frost.
#3 | Plant your red-leaved hyacinth bean seeds one and one half inches deep and spaced about six inches apart.
#4 | Keep the soil evenly damp until germination, which should occur in 14-21 days.