The Q&A Archives: Define Semi-vining

Question: I have some bean seeds that I would like to plant in the garden. They are described as "semi-vining." What does that mean? How tall will they grow? Will they grow up a trellis or fence? Help!

Answer: Semi vining usually means the plant may trail or climb a bit if there is a support available. The overall size would depend on what type of plant it is, but a semi vining cucumber might ramble about three feet for example.

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