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Pole Snap

Growing on long, climbing vines, pole beans are a great choice for those with space constraints, having your beans grow up instead of out.  Slower to production than bush beans, pole beans produce a steady crop of delicious beans over a longer period of time.  

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  • Marvel of Venice Pole Bean

    Marvel of Venice Pole Bean

    54 day.  This has become one of my favorite beans.  It is really early, producing lots of delicious, tender, yellow wax beans.  They are beautiful, flat, long beans that are stringless when picked young.   Minimum of 40 seeds per...

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  • Lazy Housewife Pole Bean

    Lazy Housewife Pole Bean

    75-80 day.  One of the first snap beans that don't need the strings removed, it is really the bean of the Lazy Housewife.  With it's pole habit that allows the beans to be picked while standing up and taking out the work of stringing, it is a...

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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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  • 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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