Beans are an ancient staple crop grown throughout North and South America. Sow bean seeds 1-2 inches deep in full sun, when danger of frost is past. Soaking for 1-2 hours before planting speeds germination. Beans will rot if soil is cold or very wet. Sow bush types 6-12 inches apart in beds; pole beans 6 inches apart in rows. Provide support for pole types. Harvest for snaps when pods are good-sized; keep snaps well-picked, as production slows as seed matures. Strings will develop in over-mature pods in any variety. For dry beans leave pods on the plants until dry, or pick when leathery, and dry indoors.
This is the most stunning and unique bean I have grown yet. Fantastic, deep red, 18” pods are so delicious and full of nutrition, and they even keep most of their color when sauteed! Long vines produce all summer and do well under many conditions. This incredible variety will draw lots of attention in your home garden or at market. We are so excited to offer this unique, Chinese ethnic variety that produces fairly early. Small red seeds. 80 Days.
Elegant, classic French "haricot verts" pole beans with especially slim, long rounded pods. Flavor is beany-sweet, delicate, and Emerite's tall vines are vigorous and high yielding. Perfect for gourmet gardeners or any bean lover! Maturity 60 Day's
START SEEDS OUTDOORS: In late spring, once night temperatures stay securely above 55°F (13°C), plant seeds in well-worked, fertile soil in full sun. Erect strong stakes, tripod poles or trellis at..
Unbeatable productivity, consistency and flavor. Introduced in Kentucky just prior to the Civil War, this Heirloom variety has proven its excellence over many generations. Pods are stringless, solid and meaty with great flavor. Use fresh for snap beans, or dry on vines for an excellent soup bean. Brown seeds. Snap or dry bean · 7-9" pods (Phaseolus vulgaris). Maturity 65 days.
Disease Resistance: Bean Common Mosaic Virus, Rust
Heirloom Vegetable. A strong, hardy and vigorous climber that is a prolific producer of round, meaty pods 18-20 cm (7-8") long. A tried and true variety producing top quality green beans with a distinctive pleasing taste. Brown Seed. 65 days to Maturity.
An old heirloom pole variety with 6" to 9", slightly curved, oval beans of golden yellow. Plants are very prolific and bear over a long time. Stringless, beans can be used fresh as a snap or dry as a shelling bean. Maturity 67 Day's
How To Grow
The growth requirements for pole beans are mostly the same as bush beans. The main difference is pole beans need to be grown on trellises, open weave fencing, nylon bean netting strung between supports or on bamb..
EXCLUSIVE – Juicy-sweet and meaty with wonderful crunchy texture, Musica is the earliest, most productive pole bean we’ve ever grown. Best of all, these broad, flat, 7 to 9 inch long pods have unsurpassed rich flavor. Bred originally for European home gardeners, Musica’s vigorous, robust vines climb quickly and effortlessly and produce heavily. Keep these plump, great tasting pods picked and plants will pump out more beans than you thought possible.One of the best pole beans we..
This runner bean should be grown for the flowers! Once you grow it, you will want more and more. It produces clusters of gorgeous peach-pink blooms. The flowers will then produce an abundant crop of delicious beans that can be eaten raw or cooked or freeze, can or dry them. Eat beans when young or keep for drying.
A blend of three colors of pole beans: Blue Lake, Yellow Pole Wax & Purple Peacock. Extended heavy harvests of delicious gold, green and purple pods. Maturity 55 Days (approx. 65 seeds/pack)
START SEEDS OUTDOORS: In spring once weather is warm and settled and night temperatures stay securely above 55°F (13°C), plant seeds in well-worked, fertile soil in full sun. Erect strong stakes, tripod poles, or trellis at planting time to support vines. Plant se..