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Bush Snap

Bush beans grow low to the ground, only 1-2 feet tall, and don’t require trellises or staking. Faster to harvest than pole beans, they are a great choice for early beans or for those with a short growing season.

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  • Golden Wax Bush Bean

    Golden Wax Bush Bean

    52 days. One of my favorite beans, this bush bean has a beautiful pale yellow color and a tender, crisp texture. Firm and delicious, it rivals Contender for flavor, making it a great addition to your garden.   Heirloom is a minimum of 80 seeds per...

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  • Provider Bush Bean

    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 germinate at lower temperatures...

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  • Bobis D'Albenga Bush Bean Bobis D'Albenga Bush Bean

    Bobis D'Albenga Bush Bean

    56 days.  A rare and beautiful variegated pod bush snap bean.  Known in Italy for it's excellent flavor, it also performs well in hot conditions.  These beautiful pods turn dark green when cooked, but that is when their wonderful flavor...

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  • Annie's Rainbow Beans Annie's Rainbow Beans

    Annie's Rainbow Beans

    This vibrant purple-green-yellow bush bean mix features three delectable heirloom favorites - hardy and easy to to grow:  Provider Golden Wax Royal Burgundy  Minimum of 80 seeds per packet.

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  • Royal Burgundy Bush Bean

    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 choice for canning or for...

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  • Top Crop Bush Bean Top Crop Bush Bean

    Top Crop Bush Bean

    Out of stock, expected mid to late December. 50 day.  Smooth, straight, thin green pods that form high on the plant.  Introduced in 1950 by the Beltsview Maryland USDA Extension Service, Top Crop was also the All American Selection winner in...

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  • Contender Bush Bean Contender Bush Bean

    Contender Bush Bean

    50 day.  Huge yields of tender, flavorful green pods.  This is my favorite bean all purpose bean.  Throughout the years I have grown many beans, but I keep coming back to this wonderful old favorite.  It has a great, rich and...

  • Blue Lake Bush Bean

    Blue Lake Bush Bean

    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...

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  • Fin de Bagnol Bean

    Fin de Bagnol Bean

    At customs, check back later this month. 49-57 day.  A French filet bean.  When it's picked young it is tender, very flavorful, and extremely delicious.  They are extremely prolific, and are best picked daily to ensure you get small and...