Big beans with big flavour! The 15cm (6") pods are broad, flat, stringless, and medium green. The intense flavour of these Italian beans remains even after canning and processing, but you’ll be eating then straight out of the garden when they are sweet and crisp. Romano beans typically grow on tall vines that need to be supported by canes or trellises. Campo di Fiori Romano bean seeds produce tidy (determinate) bush bean plants that have a shorter harvest window. That is, the beans will all come at once during a two to three week period. The trade off is the convenience of smaller bush plants that will produce well in large containers.