What are Bush Beans?
Bush beans, sometimes called snap beans and green beans, have a round habit and can be grown without a support or trellis. Some bush bean varieties are yellow (also called wax beans) or purple.
Unlike bush beans, pole beans require a support or trellis. Bush beans are usually harvested when the seeds inside the pods are quite small.
Bush beans are legumes and grow best when planted in well-drained soil in a sunny spot in the garden.
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