Product review for Purple Pod Pole Beans
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- Thursday, October 29, 2009
Reviewed By: Maryann (Gloversville, New York)
Living in Upstate New york this past summer was all rain and very cool. I had SO MANY beans I could not believe it!! I had mine on bean towers and they grew Great! They were about the only thing in my garden that grew so well. I was picking beans every other day and they are so sweet.We are still enjoying them because they freeze so well. I will be ordering more. This time I am buying a pound!
- Thursday, December 10, 2009
Like no other!
Reviewed By: Larry Vaughn (Perry, Utah)
Last year I didn't get seed ordered for the purple pod pole beans and decided to plant another locally available pole bean which was supposed to be "the best". Well, it wasn't! These purple podded pole beans beat them hands down. I just don't seem to have the patience to hunt through the foliage to find the beans and these purple pods make the hunting a thing of the past. I will only plant these beans in the future. Besides, they are great tasting beans. I like to eat them raw while I'm picking.
- Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Reviewed By: Alan (Alexandria, MN)
AWESOME Plants! so easy to see, cooked them and yes they did turn back to green. SO easy to see, i have a hard time finding the non-purple ones... then they get too big... all i have to say is awesome.
- Wednesday, June 01, 2011
Reviewed By: Katie (Twin Valley, Minnesota)
I had so many beans from my 25 foot-2 sided row that I had enough for our family of 4, my parents, 2 neighbor couples, and a friend's family of 3, her parents, and in-laws! My beans went completely wacky! I plant them on a 6 ft fence, and if I put up a 12 footer, they would go all the way to the top of that. These are a monster producer from the first bean in the spring to the first hard frost. Plan to pick almost every other day!
- Friday, January 01, 2010
Good but stringy
Reviewed By: John (Broken Arrow, Oklahoma)
The beans made an extremely attractive vine grown on our deck in the backyard. Easy to see and pick - but pick them early because the strings become quite prominent if they are allowed to mature. First bean I ever ate fresh and they had an excellent flavor. Cooked, they were kind of tough.