Lima Beans

Can a Lima Bean Grow Into a Tree? added on June 15, 2011 | Answered

If yes, how tall or how long will it take to reach 10 feet tall? Also, I planted a lima bean. It got a stem and leaves. Will it grow edible lima beans?

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Answered on June 20, 2011

A lima bean will not grow into a tree. It is a vining annual, so may get several feet tall but will never get woody like trees and will die after a few months.

If you planted a lima bean, then yes, there is a good chance that if it does not die before it is full grown, it will grow more lima beans.

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