For On Gardening I'm Stan DeFreitas "Mr. Green Thumb" talking more about seeds. We've got some beans, these are the Royal Burgundy seeds, now you can see how pretty these seeds are going to be. They taste the same as other beans but a lot of times folks want a little more color into their pallet. Now these seeds are thicker and by being a little thicker, remember we've talked about seeds you plant them one time as deep as they are thick. Now this seeds about a quarter of an inch in size so you're going to plant it down anywhere from quarter to a half inch deep. Now typically we can take them and you could just sprinkle them on the surface like we've done some of the others and you can cover them over with a little bit of soil or you can make a little drill method. Put your finger in there, make a little hole, go over another three inches or so make a little hole, put about two seeds in per hole if you want to do it that way. You don't want to waste seeds, sometimes people put five or six seeds in one area, probably kind of a waste but if you put a couple seeds in one area of one does die out you still have them kind of there to cover over. When you do you can either sprinkle them back over, put some soil back over that area so the little seedlings have something to germinate up through and remember to keep them moist, by doing that you'll be in the bean business. For On Gardening I'm Stan DeFreitas "Mr. Green Thumb".