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Blue Lake Bush Beans

The bush bean Blue Lake 274 (Phaseolus vulgaris), is an old time favorite with reliability, great flavor, large yields and disease resistance. The bean was developed in 1961 from the Pole Blue Lake variety. It is well-known in the canning industry because its crop matures all at once, making canning a much easier task.

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Contender Bush Beans

BeanBushContenderContender is one of the best bush beans ever. It is a heavy cropper with round-oval pods and a strong, distinctive flavor. It’s an early bean that does well under short seasons and cool conditions, but it will thrive in hot weather too.

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Dragon Tongue Bush

A horticultural type bush bean, Dragon Tongue is probably the best multipurpose bean available. It’s suited to use as a fresh snap bean or as a shelled bean when fully mature. As a snap, harvest when the flat beans turn from lime green to buffed yellow with bright purple stripes.

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Fortex Pole Beans

This string less French pole bean produces exceptionally long, medium-green pods that grow to over 27cm (11”). Fortex can also be harvested at 15-20cm (6-8”) for extra slender filet beans. Fortex filet pole bean seeds produce vigorous climbing vines that require the support of a trellis or pole.

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Green Peas

pea is a most commonly green, occasionally golden yellow, or infrequently purple pod-shaped vegetable, widely grown as a cool-season vegetable crop. The seeds may be planted as soon as the soil temperature reaches 10 °C (50 °F), with the plants growing best at temperatures of 13 to 18 °C (55 to 64 °F).

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Kentucky Wonder Beans

The Kentucky Wonder is an heirloom pole bean plant with high yields and a dark green color! Delicious heirloom pole bean with heavy yields. Kentucky Wonder is a popular heirloom that is easy to grow in all parts of the country. An all-purpose bean that taste great fresh, freezing or canning when pods are young.

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Maxibel

Maxibel was the first full-size, high-quality, bush filet bean on the market. Very straight, dark green, 7 inch pods are borne on 22–26 inch tall sturdy bushes. Best suited for hand picking, the concentrated sets are easy to harvest. Unsurpassed bush bean flavor.

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Rattlesnake Pole Beans

Pick when pods are small to medium size to avoid development of “strings.” A favorite across the South, Rattlesnake is a full-flavored bean with a sweet, rich taste. Green pods are streaked with purple (changes to green when cooked). Very tender and freezes without becoming “rubbery” like most bean varieties.

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Rolande Green Beans

fine French delicacy, Rolande is the very best “filet” or “haricot vert” variety with deep green, truly gourmet beans of delicate flavor and superb quality. They are sensational simply steamed to serve whole with a knob of sweet butter and a sprinkle of fresh chopped herbs.

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Soleil Green Beans

Long, string less pods with deep, rich color. … ‘Soleil‘ (OP, 60 days) produces beautiful, uniformly slender filet-style beans, but with a gorgeous yellow color and great flavor.

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Spanish Musica Pole Beans

Juicy-sweet and meaty with wonderful crunchy texture, Musica is the earliest, most productive pole bean we’ve ever grown. The broad, flat, 7 to 9 inch long pods have slightly scalloped edges and unsurpassed rich flavor.

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Tender green Bush Beans

It has a very sturdy and productive bush type plant that bears tender string less pods that are 6″ long. It has excellent disease resistance and matures in about 52 days. The Tender green Improved bean, a heat tolerant and disease resistant strain of bean, most likely comes from the research of seed expert Calvin N.

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Trionfo Violetto Courtesy Burpee Seeds

This treasured heirloom is a crisp, flavorful treat. Displaying lavender flowers against the bright green leaves with purple veins and stems, the very productive 6-8′ vines are highly ornamental. When cooked, the rich purple 7-10″ pods turn bright green.

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