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Beans

Beans are one of the easiest vegetables to grow, a garden staple for most families.  Snap or shelling, bush or pole, there's a bean for every garden!

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  • Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean

    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 modern, extremely mild beans...

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  • Henderson's Butter Bean

    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.   Minimum of 40 seeds...

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  • Dark Red Kidney Bush Bean

    Dark Red Kidney Bush Bean

    95 day.  A beautiful deep red bush shelling bean.  It has a tougher skin than other beans, which makes it a great choice for soups, stews and chili if you want your beans to retain their original shape.   Minimum of 40 seeds per packet...

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  • Great Northern Bush Bean

    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 40 seeds per packet...

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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...

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  • 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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  • Alabama Black Eye Pole Lima Bean

    Alabama Black Eye Pole Lima Bean

    90-100 days. Call it a Lima bean or a Butterbean, this very rare pole lima bean has been grown in Alabama for generations. It can be eaten fresh or dried.  Just make sure to use a strong trellis because it produces...

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  • Bean Pole Trellis Topper Several bean pole trellises in a row.

    Bean Pole Trellis Topper

    These are really neat bean pole trellises designed for us by a machinist friend.  Get a piece of 1/2" electrical conduit, insert the topper into the conduit, drive the other side of the conduit into the ground, tie strings down from the topper to...

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