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Bean Bush Dragon Tongue$2.75 Add to cart
Our family's favorite bush bean! Good for use as a fresh snap bean or as a shelled bean when fully mature. Seeds are light brown with dark mottling.
Bean Bush Golden Wax$2.75 Add to cart
Bush. Stringless deep yellow wax pole bean with vigorous vines. A tasty bean for eating fresh, caning, and freezing. Pods are round, straight, 4″-6″ long, tender and meaty. Good for Northern climates. Early, dependable bushes produce white seed with purple-brown eyes.
Bean Bush Royalty Purple Pod$2.75 Add to cart
Purple bushes with short runners and purple flowers. Bright-purple stringless 5″-6″ pods cook to dark green. Buff colored seeds germinate in cold, wet soil. Bred by E.M. Meader at the University of New Hampshire and introduced in 1957.
Bean Pole Lady Di$2.75 Add to cart
Plant this beautiful flowering vine and enjoy a tower of red blooms that attract swarms of hummingbirds. Growing to 10 feet tall in a season, this productive vine produces thick walled, textured pods that are tender and stringless. Early and slow to develop seed for a long harvest window. For dried beans, pick mature pods.
Bean Pole Old Homestead (Kentucky Wonder)$3.00 Add to cart
This heirloom pole bean has great flavor in its seven inch long, round, stringless pods. These productive vines have high yields of tender beans that can be used fresh, shelled, and dried. First introduced around 1864 in Kentucky, this heirloom is a longtime favorite. Also known as Kentucky Wonder.
Bean Pole Rattlesnake$3.00 Add to cart
Heirloom pole bean. Rattlesnake beans are named for their purple streaked pods that resemble a rattlesnake’s skin. This versatile bean is tasty as a green bean or as a dry bean with a flavor like a pinto bean. The productive vines have high yields of stringless, 7 inch long pods.