I was wondering what type of bean it is that you are supposed to plant so that the part - I think it is called the eye - is facing the sun. It's the part that the actual plant comes out of I believe, though I am not a gardener. Is this a general rule for all beans and/or seeds, or is it a certain type? Or am I completely confused and this doesn't even exist?
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It does not matter, really, but eyes facing up (or to the sun) will make it easier for them to grow and applies to all types with eyes, including tuberous plants.