I live in Florida and since the spring have tried unsuccessfully to grow pole beans. Either too hot, or not enought sun. Anyhow I got rattlesnake beans, someone suggested them for warmer climates. This is going to sound stupid, but... The flowers turn into the bean - right, do these flowers need pollination like other plants, the plant gets tons of flowers, but I have only now seen a scattering of beans, and unless there magic
there will not be enough for even a meal. I am not sure why I have such bad luck with them. Do you think I can try again now in the fall and they will do better, or are they primarly summer plants (beans) I am in Florida and we probably have a good two months of warm weather, maybe a day or two cooler. Should I cut these down or will they still produce more flowers and maybe produce in a few more weeks. Thanks - I love beans and squash and I have no luck growing them, so I hope I can gleam some info to get better at these crops.