USDA Certified Organic. 55 days. One of the best gourmet French "haricot vert" beans. Sturdy bush plants produce abundant yields of dark green, pencil thin, flavorful 7" pods in a concentrated set for easy picking. The stringless beans hold well. Folks have been asking us for years for this one, we're happy to finally have a good supply to offer!
54 days. Known for its distinctive flavor. This bush version of the 'Romano Pole Bean' ('Italian Pole Bean') is suitable for canning, freezing, and fresh eating. Has fairly straight, thick pods (3/4 x 6 in.) free of strings. Plants are low and spreading. Has excellent resistance to rust which makes this variety high yielding in Fall plantings. Pkt.
USDA Certified Organic. 52 days. A vigorous bush producing round straight pods with a fine flavor. Prolific. Resistant to bean mosaic. 15--18 inch plant with 6--7 inch pods. An excellent freezer.
(Mississippi Skip Bean) 60 days. A Southern favorite. 'White Half-Runner' is known for its excellent flavor and outstanding ability to withstand heat and drought. Heavy yielding plants are bushy at the base with short runners ranging from 24 to 36 in. and bearing fleshy 4 in. pods. Used traditionally as a shell bean for winter baking, or as a stringless snap bean when harvested young for use fresh, frozen, or canned. Pkt.
USDA Certified Organic. 50 days. [Introduced by Dr. Hoffman of South Carolina in 1965.] A favorite of many market growers, this widely adaptive snap bean offers heavy early yields. Virus resistant and slow to wilt. 16--18 inch plant with 5--8 inch green beans.
72 days. [1945, USDA Beltsville, IN. AAS winner.] The standard lima for middle and northern latitudes where it bears well in warm years. Plants have dense foliage and are heat- and drought-resistant. Thick 4 in. pods contain 3 to 5 large, flat greenish-white seeds with a nut-like flavor. Pkt.
52 days. Widely adapted. [Introduced in 1900. Developed from a cross of 'Improved Black Wax' and 'Black Eyed Wax'.] Stringless, curved, round pods, 5-1/2 to 6 in. long. Pods snap easily and make excellent fresh eating, or use as a canned bean. This black-seeded wax bean comes in early and produces for a long time. It is not as productive as modern wax beans but is dependable under high heat.
USDA Certified Organic. 42 days. Our all around favorite. [Introduced in 1949 by the SC/AES. Possibly derived from pre-1855 'Early Valentine'] The best early green bean for gardeners who desire a combination of good flavor, disease resistance, and high yields. Has excellent fresh eating quality and is very well liked by our customers. Bears slightly curved thick pods, approximately 5-1/2" long. Fairly hardy under adverse conditions and well suited to solar-greenhouse use because of its earliness,
USDA Certified Organic. 75 days. Mystery seed! While this colorful mix of small-sized limas is tasty, it's certainly not the bush strain of Jackson Wonder that the wholesales sold it to us as. Pole limas in a mix of tan, red, and brown speckled seeds.
:: Pencil Pod Black Wax Snap Bean (Bush) 114g Product 11/26 Pencil Pod Black Wax Snap Bean (Bush) 114g Retail Price: $4.25 52 days. Widely adapted. [Introduced in 1900. Developed from a cross of 'Improved Black Wax' and 'Black Eyed Wax'.] Stringless, curved, round pods, 5-1/2 to 6" long. Pods snap easily and make excellent fresh eating, or use as a canned bean. This black-seeded wax bean comes in early and produces for a long time. It is not as productive as modern wax beans but is dependable under high
:: Romano 14 Romano Snap Bean (Bush) 114g Product 17/26 Romano 14 Romano Snap Bean (Bush) 114g Retail Price: $4.25 54 days. Distinctive flavor. Good for canning, freezing, and fresh eating. Stringless flat, thick pods, 3/4 × 6 in. Low, spreading plants. Excellent resistance to rust makes this variety high yielding for fall crops. Catalog #: 13105F
:: Royalty Purple Pod Snap Bean (Bush) 114g Product 20/26 Royalty Purple Pod Snap Bean (Bush) 114g Retail Price: $4.50 52 days. [Introduced 1957.] Has a natural blanching indicator. When prepared for freezing, the purple pods blanch to green after 2 minutes of boiling. Produces purple-podded snap beans that are easily visible against the green foliage. Plants have short runners and need either wide row spacing or a fence for climbing. The 5" pods are round and slightly curved. Makes a very meaty and