The Best Types of Beans for Container Gardens

Climbing green beans are perfect for tiny gardens since they can be grown in a large pot up an ornamental obelisk or a cane wigwam. Here are some great types of beans for your container garden.
From: DK Books - Grow Plants in Pots

©2011, Dorling Kindersley Limited

©2011, Dorling Kindersley Limited

©2011, Dorling Kindersley Limited

©2011, Dorling Kindersley Limited

©2011, Dorling Kindersley Limited

Prince Dwarf Green Beans: Known for Flat Pods

The Prince' variety is a dwarf green bean that doesn't need staking. It's renowned for its heavy crops of long, flat pods.

Delinel Green Beans: Produce Tasty Stringless Pods

The 'Delinel' variety bean produces tasty, slender, stringless beans with a good texture on dwarf plants that don't need staking.

Dwarf Purple Tepee Beans: Turn Green When Cooked

The 'Purple Tepee' is a dwarf bean that looks and tastes great. Pods are deep purple, turning green when cooked.

French Rocquencourt Beans: Gets Noticed with Golden Pods

The 'French Rocquencourt' variety bean is a very showy dwarf bean that will draw attention with its long golden pods.

Cobra Beans: Pods Require Large Pot

The 'Cobra' variety bean is a vigorous variety and needs room to grow. It is valued for its heavy yields of long, tasty pods.