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Bush beans are dependably tender and stringfree, excellent for eating fresh, canning and freezing. Both bush and pole beans are good sources of fiber and vitamin C. Grow early, mid- and late-season varieties for an extended harvest.
Improved Golden Wax Bush Bean & Early Contender Bush Bean Seeds
||Early Contender Bush Beans
Starts producing nearly a week ahead of
||Improved Golden Wax Bush Beans
Blemish-free, bright yellow pods
are stringless, 4-5 in. long, with
a big, buttery flavor.
|Jade Bush Beans
Long, straight, stringless 6 1/2-in. pods are exceptionally sweet
||Blue Lake 274 Bush Beans
Firm texture and rich color of “the good old
days.” Seeds develop slowly, so the 6- to 6 1/2-in.
pods stay smooth.
||Derby Bush Beans
Hats off to Derby! It sets big crops of long, stringless pods that
are tender, flavorful and up to 7 in. long.
||Trofeo Bush Beans
This filet-type bean is unbeatable for buttery flavor and crisp, tender
Sturdy 6-ft., galvanized tower assembles in
minutes, supports at least 12 plants.
||Roma II Bush Beans
Straight and stringless broad beans
are mouthwateringly fresh, equally
good canned—flavor doesn’t fade