- Firm texture and rich green color
- Old-fashioned green bean flavor
- 6- to 6½ in. stringless pods
- High yields
- A favorite for canning
A customer favorite year after year, Blue Lake 274 Bush Bean bears heavy yields of slender, dark green, stringless pods. Cook these snap beans fresh and enjoy their firm texture and old-fashioned, rich green bean flavor. You'll also have plenty for canning so you'll get a taste of summer in mid-winter. Blue Lake's seeds develop slowing and the 6- to 6 1/2 in. pods stay smooth. Plants exhibit disease resistance to BCMV and disease tolerance to NY15. Bush beans, sometimes called snap beans or green beans, have a rounded habit and do not require a support or trellis. They grow best when planted in full sun and in well-drained soil. 58 DAYS.
How to grow Blue Lake 274 bush beans?
Blue Lake 274 bush beans should be grown in full sun and in well-drained soil. Sow bean seeds 1 inch apart and then thin Blue Lake Bean plant seedlings to 2 - 3 inches apart. Space the Blue Bush Beans rows 24 - 36 inches apart.
When do you plant Blue Lake Green Bean seeds?
Plant Blue Lake 274 beans seeds after the last spring frost date and when the soil has warmed to about 50 degrees F.