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Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans
Grandma's Favorite Fresh Bean
(8 customer reviews)
Old-fashioned variety, long on flavor—vigorous, rust resistant and successful in all parts of the country. Enormous yields of straight and smooth 8- to 9-in. pods. A good all-around pick for processing. 67 DAYS.
Seed counts: A 2-oz. packet of snap bean seeds (bush and pole) contains about 150 seeds and sows a 25-ft. row. A 2-oz. packet of lima bean seeds (bush and pole) contains about 50 seeds and sows a 15-ft row.
This item ships at the proper planting time for your region in both spring and fall.
If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
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- Friday, December 02, 2011
Really strong plants
Reviewed By: Mrst (Fort Smith, Arkansas)
It was too cold for these to get going when they should have. Then it was blazing hot. I had lots of leaves and kept watering. Finally I gave up watering and just left the plants on the poles. In November we had beans!! I will start them indoors this year so they can get going before it is too hot.
- Tuesday, June 07, 2011
Reviewed By: Alex (Madison, Missouri)
These beans are the best, some are stringy yes but cooked up we have so many compliments that they are the best beans ever eaten , , grow these every year, can them and eat them fresh. We also dry some of the pods out and have seeds for next year,, always plentiful harvest
- Wednesday, February 17, 2010
My favorite for flavor
Reviewed By: Mary D Thorpe (Van Etten, NY)
I love the flavor of Kentucky Wonder best of all the green beans, but have found variablity among varities offered by different seed companies. A hint for getting your beans off to a good start in the spring, when the weather can turn cold on you: start the seeds germinating between damp paper towels indoors in a warm spot. When you see the beans swell and the little roots start to poke out from between the cotyledons, then plant them and they will take right off without rotting in the soil. I save plastic take out containers for little mini-seed starter cases, labeled on tape on the outside.
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