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A garden staple, beans can be eaten fresh or left to dry for soups and stews.  GRow bush varieties for speed to garvest, or pole varieties to save space.

Items marked with a star are Annie's Favorites.

Minimum 80 seeds per packet unless otherwise noted in the product description.

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  • Great Northern Bush Bean
    $2.50 Great Northern Bush Bean
    90 days.  A bush white shelling bean, Great Northern is popular in American cooking.  It is slightly smaller than the cannellini bean with a slight grainy texture and a nutty flavor.   Minimum of 80 seeds...
  • Guard-N Seed Inoculant
    $8.00 Guard-N Seed Inoculant
    Guard-N Seed Inoculant is used to naturally improve the yields of your legumes.  The inoculant helps the plants convert nitrogen in the air into a usable for for the plant, allowing the plants to create their own...
  • Henderson's Butter Bean
    $2.50 Henderson's Butter Bean
    60-75 day.  A bush baby lima bean.  The first Henderson's plants were found along the side of the road in Lynchburg, VA in 1883.  It is early hardy, prolific, and drought tolerant.  And it tastes great...
  • Jacob's Cattle Bean
    $2.50 Jacob's Cattle Bean
    90 day.  Also known as the Anasazi bean, the Aztec bean, Cave bean or New Mexico appaloosa bean, it was originally cultivated by the Passamaquoddy Indians in Maine.  It's a standard for baked beans in the...
  • Kentucky Blue Pole Bean *
    $2.50 Kentucky Blue Pole Bean *
    60 days.  This was Grandma Annie's favorite pole bean.  My mother remembers two vegetables from her mother's garden, tomatoes and Kentucky Blue Lake beans.  It was developed from the Kentucky Wonder and Blue...
  • Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean
    $2.50 Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean
    58-68 day.   The old standard for pole snap beans.  When picked young, it is almost stringless and very tender.  Pole beans are known for having the old fashioned bean flavor that is lost in some of the...
  • King of the Garden Lima Bean
    $2.50 King of the Garden Lima Bean
    70 day.   Introduced in 1883 by Frank Platt, King of the Garden is a prolific, strong growing pole lima bean.  It has large, creamy white seeds that have a honey-like flavor.   Minimum of 40 seeds per...
  • Kurojuroku Asparagus Bean
    $3.00 Kurojuroku Asparagus Bean
    75 days.  One of the most popular types of long beans grown, this black seeded variety produces high yields of stringless beans with a sweet and crunchy pod.   Minimum of 40 seeds per packet.
  • Lucky Lion Soybean
    $3.50 Lucky Lion Soybean
    75 day.  Highly prized for its high yields and wonderful flavor, it does best with warm days and cool nights.   Minimum of 40 seeds per packet.
  • Masai Bush Bean
    $2.50 Masai Bush Bean
    55 day.  This dwarf, gourmet french fillet bean is a wonderful choice for container gardeners.  It produces lots of straight, tender, green pods at the top of these little plants.  It is also one of the best...
  • Pinto Bush Bean
    $2.50 Pinto Bush Bean
    90 days.   A wonderful bush shelling bean.  Traditionally used for refried beans, they cook up smooth and creamy with a great flavor.  They are semi-vining.   Minimum of 60 seeds per packet...
  • Pole Shelling Bean Collection
    $14.50 Pole Shelling Bean Collection
    Can't decide which pole bean to grow?  Why not grow some of each?  Create a beautiful mixed bean soup mix, or just have a variety of beautiful bean in your pantry.  Collection includes a packet of each of the...
  • Provider Bush Bean
    $2.50 Provider Bush Bean
    50 days.  With straight, round, delicious beans, Provider is an excellent bush bean.  The best tasting raw bean, it also is wonderful cooked.  It can be planted earlier than other varieties because it can...
  • Red Noodle Asparagus Bean
    $3.00 Red Noodle Asparagus Bean
    90 day.  Beautiful red beans that turn green when they are cooked, Red Noodle is a spectacular long bean.  Large harvests of long delicious beans make this a wonderful choice to grow for stir fries and your...
  • Roma II Bush Bean
    $2.00 Roma II Bush Bean
    59 days.  Easy to grow and prolific, Roma II is a wonderful Romano bean.  Large, flat, delcious beans cook up beautifully for a real Italian treat.  With bush plants that require no support, this is an easy...
  • Romano Pole Bean
    $2.50 Romano Pole Bean
    70 day.  An Italian heirloom pole bean, Romano beans are large and flat.  They can be used fresh as a snap bean or dried for soups and stews.   Minimum of 40 seeds per packet...
  • Royal Burgundy Bush Bean
    $2.50 Royal Burgundy Bush Bean
    55 day.   Royal Burgundy beans are nice and straight and round.  They are easy to pick because the dark beans stand out against the green foliage.  The beans are really firm and crisp, and are a good...
  • Scarlet Runner Bean
    $2.00 Scarlet Runner Bean
    65 days.  Spectacularly beautiful, the Scarlet runner bean is one of the oldest runner beans known, dating back to the 1700s.  With it's vibrant red flowers, it's a striking centerpiece to your vegetable garden, or...
  • Tankuro Edamame Soybean
    $3.50 Tankuro Edamame Soybean
    85 day.  Black soybeans are sought after in Japan for their taste and distinctive rich flavor. They are known for having a better taste and sweeter flavor than other varieties.   Minimum of 40 seeds per packet...
  • Top Crop Bush Bean
    $2.50 Top Crop Bush Bean
    50 day.  Smooth, straight, thin green pods that form high on the plant.  Top Crop bush bean is a good choice for fresh eating, freezing or canning.   Heirloom is minimum of 80 seeds per packet...