Do pole beans self-pollinate?
Pole beans (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Pole bean flowers are self-pollinating and flower set is high. Bean colour can vary from green to yellow to purple, with a few varieties, like ‘Rattlesnake’ bearing two-toned pods.
Why are my beans flowering but not producing beans?
Soil is too wet – Bean plants in soil that is too wet will produce blooms but will not produce pods. The wet soil prevents the plant from taking up the right amount of nutrients from the soil and the bean plants will be unable to support the pods.
Do lima beans need to be pollinated?
In contrast, lima beans appear to be almost entirely self-pollinated, with pollination occurring inside the flower prior to opening. P. vulgaris varieties also self-pollinate prior to opening, but not all ovules are fertilized before the flower opens.
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