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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Chandni beans are star vegetables with exceptional taste and health benefits. They become super delicious when steamed and cooked with potatoes and paneer.

Botanical Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

Other Names: Chandni beans, Phali

Growing Season: Throughout the year

Ideal Temperature: 17-27°C

Uses: Beans taste summer yummy when fried with potatoes and onions.

Difficulty Level: Easy

How to Grow – Quick View

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How to Sow Seeds

  • If you have a garden, plant the seeds directly in the soil. Maintain a distance of 3-4 inches between the seeds to provide room for growth.
  • For growing chandni beans on balcony and terrace,  just fill a large pot with potting mix and sow one seed per pot 0.5-1 inch deep in the soil.

Seed Care

  • Water the seeds every day so the soil remains moist.

How to Care for Chandni Beans

Sunlight: Chandni beans enjoy 6-8 hours of daily sunlight. Terrace and balcony are the best locations if you are growing them in pots.

Watering: Water the chandni beans plants regularly to keep the soil slightly moist. Avoid overwatering.

Soil: Chandni beans can grow in a wide range of soils, but thrive best in clay loam soil.

Fertilizer: Fertilize the chandni beans with organic fertilizer every month.

Pests and Diseases: Aphids, leafhoppers, and whiteflies can pose a threat to the growth of  chandni beans. So it is best to look for early signs of infections and use the right pesticides.

Harvesting: Chandni beans are ready to harvest after 60-90 days of sowing the seeds. You can store them easily in refrigerator for future use.


1 review for Beans Seeds – Chandni Beans Seeds

  1. Prisha Gupta (verified owner)

    Good seeds.germinated thanks

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