Bush Bean Information
Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) is a Central American herbaceous plant species of the genus Phaseas (Fabaceae), a herbaceous plant species that grows in a year.
Its thorny body has furry and green compound leaves. The white, pink or purple color of the whale flowers that grow in clusters from the leaves of the leaves.
There are two main forms: a steep bush (height 30-75 cm) and a hugging feature (height 1-2 m). The fruit, which may be flat, round, flat or curved, has a length of 5-15 cm and is usually green.
Bean, a plant susceptible to climate, grows on almost any kind of soil. Morocco is widely cultivated today in many parts of the world. There are about 80 kinds. It is one of the most consumed vegetables among all legumes. It is grown from the seed.