Vigorous, many-branched bush plants produce heavy yields of pods similar in appearance to pole Blue Lake. Flavor of these 6 1/2 inch round pods is excellent. Disease resistant. High in vitamins A, B, and C. This packet will produce approximately a 14 foot row. Avoid working around beans when wet; this may spread diseases. When weeding, hoe gently because beans are shallow-rooted. Mulch plants only after thinning. Sow seed when soil is warm and all danger of frost is past. Plant 2 seeds every 4 inches. Soaking seeds overnight before planting will speed germination. Thin to 1 plant every 4 inches when plants have 4 leaves. Pick early and often to encourage production. Sow every 2 weeks until 8 weeks before fall frost.
Renee’s Garden Pole Tricolor Bean Seeds
A blend of three colors of pole beans (Blue Lake, Yellow Pole Wax, Purple Peacock) that makes good use of limited space. Extended heavy harvests of delicious gold, green and purple pods.
Bean Seeds Tendergreen Ferry-Morse 1430
Dependable producer over a long season. The long, smooth, string-less pods are tender and at their best for the table when 5 to 6 inches long. Disease resistant. High in vitamins A, B, and C. This packet will plant approximately a 12 foot row. Avoid working around beans when wet; this may spread diseases. When
Organic Heirloom Royalty Purple Bush Beans Seeds
The Heirloom Royalty Purple Bean variety has a purple bush, purple flowers, and even purple beans. This variety adds beautiful color to your garden and has a delicious favor when cooked. It even has a built-in blanching indicator for freezing (the beans turn green when they are blanched). Mexican bean beetles avoid this variety. We