- Flower nameWhite bean
- Scientific namePhaseolus coccineus 'shirohana-mame'
- Aliasシロバナインゲン, 白花隠元, Shirohana-mame, 白花豆
- Place of originMexicois
- Place of floweringField
- Flowering seasonJuly
What is White bean
White bean or shirohana-bean, (scientific name: Phaseolus coccineus 'Shirohana-mame') is a variant of the annual or biennial of the family Fabaceae 'runner bean(scientific name: Phaseolus coccineus)', native to Mexicois. The beans are in purple with black spots, whereas white bean makes white flowers and white beans.
Common name: white bean (Shirohana-higen), scientific name: Phaseolus coccineus 'Shirohana-mame', also known as: white bean, Origin: Mexico, Growth Environment: Cold Plateau, Production Area: Hokkaido to Tohoku, Nagano, Living Type: Local biennial, Japan treats annual grass, Stem height: 30-60 cm, vine Length: 3 to 5 m, leaf length: 5 to 10 cm, leaf width: 3 to 5 cm, leaf shape: 3 emergence double leaves, petiole: long petiole, leaf edge: low serrated, stratification: alternating, gender difference Strain, inflorescence form: general inflorescence, flower color: white, flower form: butterfly, flower diameter: 1 cm, flowering period: July, cocoon length: 10 cm, fruit color: white, bean (seed) form: kidney form, Bean size: 1.5 cm-2.5 cm, use: boiled beans, strawberries, sweet natto.