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 Lake Pole beans, and takes on the best traits of each. With tender, delicious beans that are stringless when picked young, they rival any bush bean, and surpass many with their excellent flavor. A great all purpose bean for fresh eating as well as canning.
Minimum of 40 seeds per packet.
Planting Depth: 1 inch
Plant Spacing: 2-6 inches
Row Spacing: 2-3 feet
Direct seed after last danger of frost has passed in full sun. Beans need soil temperatures between 75-85 degrees F to sprout. Make sure to check your nighttime temperatures too. They will not sprout if soil temperatures are below 60 degrees F.
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Easy to grow, great producer, and tasty. First time growing pole beans and these were great. I grew them on 9' poles and a few of the plants outgrew that. My plants had a few run ins with a groundhog and were still able to give me about a pound per plant. Highly recommended
We grew these last year and had more than we needed! Great crop and great flavor!