Tenderette Green, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Tenderette Beans is a high yielding plant that will produce throughout the whole summer. They produce 6" pods that stay tender for a long time. The pods are dark green with white seeds and have a delicious flavor, whether cooked...
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Scarlet Emperor, Runner Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
The large clusters of beautiful scarlet flowers and rapid, vigorous, sprawling, growth make scarlet emperor an ideal choice for screens, trellises, and balconies. The long pods are tender and tasty when picked small. They can be eaten fresh as young...
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Missouri Wonder , Pole Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Missouri Wonder Bean is a favorite pole bean of the south grown by farmers in the fields. They usually grew this bean alongside corn. Their flavor is far better than bush beans as they are sweeter and starchier. Plant these...
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Pinto , Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Pinto beans are very easy to grow, have creamy and mild flavor and provide excellent nutritional value. Plant the pintos in well-draining, fairly fertile soil with a pH of 6.0-7.0. Before sowing, it's better to soak the beans overnight. Companion...
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Dark Red Kidney , Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Dark red kidney beans are commonly used in soups and other baked dishes. They are sometimes called ‘chili beans’ for their inclusion in this popular thick soup. They are native to Mexico and require 95 days from germination to harvest....
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Midori Giant, Edamame Bean (Organic) (Glycine max)
Midori Giant is a bushy, early-maturing plant variety about twenty-four inches tall. Organic Edamame may be planted in a patio, balcony environment by using containers or raised beds. Place them in a sunny location. Keep soil moist and damp but...
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Midori Giant, Edamame Bean (Glycine max)
The Midori Giant pods are nice and large, with beautiful green little beans inside if you harvest them unripe. The beans turn yellow and a bit drier as they ripen. Edamame is a proven hearty growing and early maturing seed....
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Japanese Black Daizu, Edamame Bean (Glycine max)
Japanese Daizu is a very unusual variety that can be used for edamame or dried beans. It has a much sweeter taste than the average edamame, nutrients dense, and is excellent in soup or over rice. This late maturing soybean...
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Yardlong, Pole Bean (Vigna unguiculata)
Yardlong beans are a subspecies of the cowpea, an annual legume that is an important crop in many warm regions of the world. Yardlong beans are related to black-eyed peas, and they go many names, including Chinese long beans, asparagus...
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Sungold , Yellow Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Sungold have been raised to have less pigment in their skin, giving them their particular color. Sungold ripens from green to dark gold, and matures fully to pale apricot-orange. Like all Tomatoes, they are easy to grow from seed. An...
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Golden Wax , Yellow Bean (Organic) (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Golden Wax is one of the most popular wax beans. Features very high yields on compact, bushy plants. The straight golden pods of Golden Wax Beans stay clear and smooth due to improved rust resistance. These vigorous plants are high...
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Golden Wax , Yellow Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Golden Wax was first introduced in 1871. It is one of the oldest known wax beans. This stringless deep yellow bush bean has vigorous vines. There have been many variations over the years, but Golden Wax was also known as...
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Gold Rush, Yellow Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Gold Rush is regarded as one of the best wax beans available. It holds its quality and texture in the garden longer than other beans and freezes well. The strong plants bear large crops of white-seeded pods that are easy...
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Cherokee Wax , Yellow Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Cherokee Wax yellow bean seeds grow a robust bush bean that will produce high yields of yellow wax beans in about 55 days. Dependable even in adverse weather, and resistant to common bean mosaic. The tasty oval pods are filled...
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Pink Half , Runner Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Pink Half Runner Bean is an heirloom, open-pollinated bean variety that produces heavy-yields. This is a pole bean or climbing bean variety that will benefit greatly from some type of trellising. An opposed to other runner bean varieties, Pink Half...
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State Half , Runner Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
State Half Runner Beans are an old-fashioned favorite that thrive in the harshest growing environment. Beans are very flavorful and are used like green beans and dried beans. Vines are very short and do not require staking. Good freezing and...
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Mountain Half , Runner Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Mountain Half Runner Bean is an open-pollinated bean variety originally grown in South Carolina, as it was brought to the area by Dutch immigrants. This German heirloom bean has a bush growing habit with long, vining runners. As a result,...
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Romano, Pole Bean (Organic) (Phaseolus vulgaris)
These Italian style beans produce six-inch long pods full of rich flavor in just seventy days. The stringless flat beans are terrific for freezing or table use and are best when harvested young. This bean grows on tall vines up...
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Romano, Pole Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
The Romano Pole is an heirloom bean dating back pre-1800s. An Italian type, stringless with flat pods. Excellent freezing, distinctive and full of flavor. These beans are generally directly seeded in the garden. The most important point about growing green...
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Rattlesnake , Pole Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
The pretty patterned pods of Rattlesnake pole beans make delicious fresh snap beans. Very productive in hot, humid areas of the southeast. Pick when pods are small to medium size to avoid development of “strings”. A favorite across the South,...
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King of the Garden , Lima Pole Bean (Phaseolus lunatus)
Introduced in the 1970s, King of the Garden is a favorite that produces six inches long pods with cream-colored seeds. This vigorous, vine-type pole bean variety clings well to poles and does not require staking to grow. It sets pods...
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Kentucky Wonder, Pole Bean (Organic) (Phaseolus vulgaris)
One of the most popular pole beans in the market, Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean (Organic) is vigorous, rust resistant and adaptable to many parts of the country. These old-fashioned favorite produces plenty of smooth green pods. Harvest before they mature...
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Kentucky Wonder 125, Pole Bean Phaseolus vulgaris
First appearing in the late 1800s, Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean seeds are descended from an old variety of pole bean called Texas Pole. This heirloom variety of Kentucky Wonder Garden bean just keeps those mouthwatering beans coming all season long....
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Kentucky Blue, Pole Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
These gardener beans have an outstanding combinations of quality characteristics from its Kentucky Wonder and Blue Lake parentage. For optimum flavor and tenderness, harvest bean pods t 6-7" long. This disease resistant variety also makes for excellent snap beans. Proper...
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Dow Purple Pod, Pole Bean (Organic) (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Dow Purple Pod is a vigorous climber with seven inches long, purple podded snap beans. The flowers are a lovely purple just like the beans, The interior of the bean pods is almost neon and green and are amazing contrast...
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Blue Lake , Pole Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Blue Lake Pole Bean sets pods from the base to the top of the vine-so you will have plenty for eating fresh and processing. Produces heavy yields of straight, smooth six inches pods that are crisp and stringless at all...
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White Dixie Butter Pea, Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus)
White Dixie Butter Pea is an excellent home vegetable garden variety and produces delicious, small lima with three or four nearly round lima beans inside each pod. Bush type plants grow about twenty inches high. This is an excellent lima...
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Jackson Wonder Butterbean, Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus)
Jackson Wonder Lima Bean is adaptable to a wider range of temperatures and growing conditions. The bean is aptly named because it’s both a dwarf bush, growing 12 to 18 inches tall, and one of the most prolific producers of...
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Henderson Bush, Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus)
Introduced in 1889 by Peter Henderson Company of New York. A dwarf lima that is very early, hardy, productive, and disease resistant. Produces small creamy white lima for home gardener and canner that are distinctive in color and excellent in...
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Fordhook , Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus)
Fordhook Lima Beans are considered one of the best large lima beans available, this All-America Selection winner has stood the test of time. Bush type plants produce heavy yields of pods with 3-5 richly flavored, light-green seeds per pod. The...
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Early Thorogreen, Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus)
This heirloom dwarf plant is a big yielder. Early Thorogreen Bush Lima Bean produces a 3-inch, flat, thin lima bean that lacks the meaty texture of bigger lima bean varieties. Considered a baby lima bean as it grows on low...
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Burpee Improved Bush , Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus)
The Burpee Improved Bush Lime Bean plants produce large pods, high yields, and perfectly shaped beans. Burpee Improved Beans are both larger and thicker than normal lima beans. The growth is even more vigorous, with heavier foliage. The plants are...
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Baby Fordhook , Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus)
Baby Fordhook Lima is a small potato lime, less than half the size of the Fordhook. It is slightly larger than the white Dixie Butter Pea and starchier. Small 3-inch pods, seeds are difficult to find as the regular Fordhook...
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Top Pick Pinkeye Purple Hull, Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
Top Pick Pinkeye Purple Hull peas grow on semi-bushy plants that can reach anywhere from 45 to 60 centimeters. The 15- to 20-centimeter-long pods grow in clusters at very top of green, leafy stems, and contain ten to thirteen small...
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Top Pick Cream Pea, Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
Top Pick Cream Pea Cowpea features an upright bush plant with prolific set of pods on the top. The seeds keep their color when cooked and have creamy but not mushy texture. Matures earlier than most other cream peas. Cowpea...
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Top Pick Brown Crowder, Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
Top Pick Brown Crowder Cowpea features an upright bush plant with prolific set of pods on the top where they are easy to see and harvest. The plants will have 2-3 heavy flushes of pod set. Pick when light purple...
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California Blackeye, Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
Despite being called a black eyed pea, or cowpea, these are actually beans. Cowpeas produce in higher heat, humidity, and drier conditions than other beans. Cowpea are bushy plants, producing 6 inches to 8 inches pods at the top of...
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TopCrop, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
This is one of the best bush beans for canning and freezing, Topcrop produces 6 to 7 inches pods that are tender and crispy, containing incredible flavor. The Top Crop bean is a variety of green bean that was developed...
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Tendergreen Improved Green, Bush Bean (Organic) (Phaseolus vulgaris)
These are smooth, tender and meaty green beans having 5 inches to 6 inches stringless pods. Extremely popular with gardeners because of its resistance to disease and heat tolerance. Sow seeds in rich, well drained and warm soil and all...
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Tendergreen Improved Green, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Tendergreen Improved Bean is a very productive bush type plant that bears tender stringless pods that are 5 to 6" long. Soaking seeds before sowing will speed the seed germination. Flavor and texture are excellent, particularly when picked at a...
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Slenderette Green, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Slenderette Beans are 5 inches long dark green pods with white seeds. They have juicy, fresh and outstanding flavor. Not only ideal for fresh eating, but for freezing or canning as well. These tender beans are one of the most...
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Royal Burgundy Green, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Royal Burgundy Beans fresh from your garden, have delicious purple pods that are easily found among the backdrop of green leaves. These purple podded snap beans add color to your garden. Royal Burgundy beans are easier to spot while picking,...
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Roma II Green, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Roma II green Beans have 4 inches to 5 inches flat, green pods that are very flavorful and rich in protein. Roma II is delicious eaten fresh, and is an excellent variety for freezing or canning. The pods are also...
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Provider Green, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Provider Bush Beans are very productive and grow well in a variety of conditions. Plants produce good quality pods that are tender and low in fiber. Pods are 6 inches long, straight and green in color, while the seeds are...
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Petite Filet French, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Petite Filet French are slender beans, thin, straight like a pencil having diameter ¼’’ and 4’’ long and so tender. Very easy to grow, plant directly in the garden after your last frost date. For better results soak the seeds for...
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Landreth Stringless Green, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
This is a very popular fast growing stringless green bean. They should be directly seeded and planted in rich, well-drained soil with full sun exposure. They have delicious meaty flavor, juicy, tender and fibreless that is great for canning and...
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Kentucky Wonder Green, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Kentucky Wonder Green is one of the most popular beans of all time and a favorite of American gardeners since the late 19th century. Variety can be relied on for peak flavor, productivity, and wide, adaptability. Yields abundant clusters of...
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Jade, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Like the gem it is named for, this exquisite bean is a lush green. The plants are strong and erect and typically do not need staking. Beans can be harvested at any point in the development without sacrificing color or...
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Harvester Green, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
The harvester bean has tender pods growing as long as 6”. The bean pods are high off the ground for easy picking. The plant is very hardy and grows very straight. Harvest early for stringless beans. They live up to...
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French Horticultural Green, Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
The French horticultural beans are the dark green mound closer to the fence than the yellowing pumpkin leaf mound. French horticultural beans are not a specific variety, but rather a category or type of bean. Horticultural bean plants produce long,...
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