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My runner beans this year have been splendid, lots of really healthy vigorous growth and the most flowers we have ever seen.


Beans
The ideal plant for the beginner gardener. If the soil is prepared well with lots of compost, beans are very forgiving vegetables. The foliage is attractive, and the red or white flowers making this a beautiful garden feature.

Runner
A stem that extends sideways above or just below ground, with new plants and roots produced at intervals along its length.

Beans - Get Bumper Crops
When your beans start to slow down it can be quiet depressing, so if you want a second bumper crop, try this tip. Put a good shovel of horse manure in a large bucket of water and leave for around a week.

The Runner or Stolon Stems
Strawberry plants produce leafs that grow in sets of three and other leafless stems where the flowers and fruit grow.

Scarlet Bean
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'Black Runner'

Black, velvety, ruffled leaves with silvery veins; 2-foot-long leaves; black stems; 5-foot-tall plants; runner ...

Definition of half- bean
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Runner
A runner is a slender stem - sent out from the bases of certain perennials - at the end of which an offset develops. In common usage, however, the term "runner" has come to refer to either offsets or stolons.
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- 'Grandiflorus' Greater Spearwort
Ranunculus lingua 'Grandiflorus', Zone 3
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Runner- A stem that grows on the surface of the soil that often develops new plants at the nodes or the tip.

: A thin stem that grows horizontally above ground and it roots and grows new plants at the nodes, eg strawberries. Not to be confused with stolon.
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Runners
Unlike the tidy growth habit of clump forming grasses, ornamental grasses that increase by rhizomes will spread, or run, throughout a garden bed and can quickly take over. Their growth habit is a lot like turf grass.


A trailing stem growing above ground and rooting at the nodes, where plantlets are produced (e.g. strawberries). Some plants produce underground s.
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runner
A slender stem growing out from the base of some plants, which terminates with a new offset plant. The new plant may be severed from the parent after it has developed sufficient roots.
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Aboveground, trailing stems that form roots at their nodes when they make contact with moist soil
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Soil particles ranging in size between 0.2 to 2 mm ...

Runner - A shoot, typically leafless, that grows from the base of a plant along the surface of the ground and can take root at points along its length.
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Stolon of a strawberry plant, on which a daughter plant may develop.
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Runner A slender trailing shoot that usually roots at the tip and some nodes; a long offshoot of a plant. A slender stem growing out from the base of some plants, which terminates with a new offset plant.

- A creeping stem which produces small plantlets along its length. Sometimes called a "stolen".
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Runner See stolon.
russet Yellowish-brown or reddish-brown scar tissue on a fruit's surface.

- many running lawn varieties come as s which can be planted on the lawn. The s will then spread over the lawn and become a lawn after a period.

Train runners
To establish manageable rows, train runners to root in the row rather than the aisle between rows (Figure 2).

Beans, . Easy to grow, these vines make great fence covers. Scarlet beans are beautiful in bloom and extravagant in the pod, producing delightful seeds of many colors.

Scarlet runner beans. Mix these bright-red flowers into salads, or in with steamed veggies.

s, which trail and spread the plant as much as two feet in one growing season.
Uprights grow up from the s and produce the flowers and fruit. The plant's fine root system only grows in the top four to six inches of soil.
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Runner Bean 'Enorma'
Buy the following plants: five runner bean 'Enorma', four dwarf green bean 'Pencil Pod Black Wax', three runner bean 'Hestia', five borlotti bean 'Borlotto Lingua di Fuoco', ...

s are named for their growth habit where each section grows horizontally (or runs) along the ground and puts up new little plants with their own roots. s can be cut into several plants - just ensure each has a separate root system.

Runner beans with Bougainvillea, geraniums etc, making good use of space
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A slender stem that grows as a shoot from the mother plant. If left unattended, s will root and produce additional plant offspring. Strawberries are the classic example of a plant that reproduces this way.

Runner beans, Phaseolus coccineus L., like scarlet runner beans named after their red blooms, are green beans that may be grown for snap beans or for shell beans. Snap green beans are harvested when the seeds inside first start to swell.

The s can get a little rampant so just prune them off every so often. You can use the fresh tips in salads and stir fries - much like you would water spinach or kang kong (a close relative) - and they are a good source of antioxidants.

The runner is in Franchini from Designers Guild and the side plate is from The Conran Shop, while the Soendergaard coffee cup and saucer are from David Mellor
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Scarlet bean is an annual vine. It puts out bright scarlet flowers all summer and will rapidly cover a trellis. It's available in pink and white varieties.

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Scarlet bean (Phasaeolus coccineus), may reach 10 to 15 feet when grown in moist soil in sun to semishade. Its red flowers turn into pods that can be shelled for edible beans.

Stolons and runners
A stolon is a horizontal, often fleshy stem that can root, then produce new shoots where it touches the medium.

Started from s. Not typically started from seeds.
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Training the Runners
After 5 or 6 weeks in the ground, your plants will begin to "run." A first daughter plant will form and root, then the runners will set more daughters. Keep only the first daughter of each runner.

search for term- n. (AS. rinnan, to run) a specialized stolon consisting of a prostrate stem rooting at the node and forming a new plant which eventually becomes detached from the parent plant as in a strawberry plant.

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