53-58 day. With nice yields of long, straight, green pods, Blue Lake is one of the old standards, and for a good reason. Nice flavor, and great yields, making it still used as one of the main commercial varieties.
Heirloom is a minimum of 80 seeds per packet.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Jan 2015
Last year I ordered this variety of green beans and was surprised to get so many beans off of two rows. I put up 34 quarts and couldn't be happier. I will be ordering these again for my 2015 garden.
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 10th Jan 2015
There is nothing bad to say about this bean...the taste is great, grows easy and very high yield. My daughters love eating these beans right off the plant when they're outside playing.
Posted by Janet on 28th Apr 2013
These are the best green beans I have ever eaten. I would recommend them to everyone. I planted them late, but still got a good yield. My only problem was that I didn't plant enough. This year will be different!
Posted by David on 1st Nov 2012
The past two years have seen temps climb into the low 100's here in North Mississippi. While other bean and cow-pea varieties floundered in the July and August heat, this green bean thrived drought conditions to go on and produce several bushels of beans. I am sure if it had ample rain they would have doubled their production. The description here at Annie's does the Blue Lake justice as they do produce ample quantities of beans that indeed have excellent flavor. Only stopped growing them as my local vendor stopped carrying the seeds. So I am re-ordering seeds for this next season in hopes of getting in two crops planted in 2013.