Here's the packaging. Note the word "bush."
Check out the vines. Certainly not "bush."
I know those were the correct seeds planted as it was the only package I brought down to the garden that day and it was sealed when I did. They're certainly beans, but either the wrong variety of seeds made it into the pouch or they're just incredibly over achieving. My bets on the first. So, if I let them sprawl on the ground will they do okay or should I put some posts up there for them to grow on. I've got lima beans behind them so I can't completely shade them out.
The morning comes early and I need to go get some of those fertilizers you all mentioned earlier. The tomatoes have stalled and the zucchini can't seem to support the vegetables as it's aborting the female flowers even before they open. That, and I haven't gotten squash, one, and the beans aren't flowering yet. We had such an early spring and summer that I was hoping that we'd be picking earlier this year, but it just seems like things are slow to mature this year. Perhaps a good douse of fertilizer is in order. Sweet gardening dreams.