• Green Beans

  • Blue Lake Bush 274

    58 days; Developed from the vining Blue Lake, this easier to pick variety produces over a longer season than other bush beans. Dark green, 6” long pods. Resistant to bean common mosaic virus. Excellent quality

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    Blue Lake Pole (Stringless)

    62 days; Pods are 6" long, round, and slightly curved. Tender, meaty, and fiberless, they are noted for their fresh, sweet, "beany" taste. Bears all summer long. One of the earliest varieties. Perfect for freezing & canning. Resistant [...]

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    Contender Bush Beans

    44 days; One of the earliest green beans. Pods are 6" long, thick, oval, slightly curved, tender and stringless. Tolerates hot weather. High yielding, hardy under adverse conditions. Resistant to common bean mosaic and powdery mildew. [...]

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    Derby Bush

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    Derby Bush

    57 days; Remarkable tenderness and stunning yields. 1990 All America Selection Winner. Still produces some of the highest yields in field trials. Green pods are round, thin, 7” long and especially tender. White seeded. Disease resistant.

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    Jade Bush (Stringless)

    60 days; Very long, straight pods with a distinctive medium dark green color. Beans have a tender texture and excellent flavor. Pod length 6.5". Resistant to bean common mosaic virus and rust. Ideal to harvest by hand.

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    Kentucky Blue Pole (Stringless)

    60 days; Outstanding Blue Lake flavor and easy to grow, Kentucky Wonder type plant. 1991 All American Selections Winner. Medium dark green pods, 8" long. Resistant to common mosaic and rust.

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    Kentucky Wonder Bush (Stringless)

    45 days; Earlier than Kentucky Wonder Pole. Sturdy 12-15" plants, with huge yields of 7-8" broad pods stuffed with white seeds. Same great taste, texture and appearance as the pole variety in a bush snap. Excellent canned or frozen. Less [...]

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    Kentucky Wonder Pole

    65 days; Very similar to Kentucky Wonder, but with a white seed. Vines grow 5'-7' tall. Brittle pods are 7"-8" long, stringless, and medium green. Great for canning & freezing.

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    Mountain White Half Runner

    60 days; A tender, stringless snap bean with bushy, vigorous vines and short runners. Thrives on heat and little water. Very popular in the South as a shelling bean. Not recommended for Northern climates. Also called the Mississippi Skip [...]

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    Provider Black Bean (Stringless)

    50 days; A high yielding, very early green snap beans recognized by commercial growers for its concentrated set of straight, round 5.5" beans. Germinates well in cool spring soils and is resistant to common beanmosaic, tolerant of powdery [...]

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