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  1. Stringless Green Pod Bean

    STRINGLESS GREEN POD BEAN (heirloom)

    Green Bush Bean. HEIRLOOM 1894 Produces loads of meaty, juicy, and round 6 inch green beans that stay totally stringless and tender even at a large size. This is an excellent bean for canning, freezing, or market. 2 oz packet (approx. 150 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  2. Tendergreen Improved

    TENDERGREEN IMPROVED BEAN (heirloom)

    Green Bush Bean. HEIRLOOM 1922 A personal favorite, this variety has been popular for a long time and deservedly so. Round pods are 6 inches long. Yield is heavy and prolonged. Flavor and texture are excellent, particularly when picked at a modest size. Equally good for freezing or eating fresh. 2 oz packet (approx. 150 seeds) Learn More
    $1.50

  3. KING OF THE GARDEN POLE  LIMA BEAN

    KING OF THE GARDEN POLE LIMA BEAN

    HEIRLOOM 1883 Pole lima. Bred as an improvement for both earliness and size. The vigorous climber has 4-6 quite large, creamy limas per pod. Produces over a long period - until frost. The 1936 James Vicks catalog states, "this standard pole bean is a popular as ever today". Even then it was considered an old timer. 1 oz packet (approx. 25 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  4. Rattlesnake Bean

    RATTLESNAKE BEAN

    Pole Bean. HEIRLOOM A very flavorful pole bean that has been popular in the west for some time. The vigorous vines will yield for the entire season as long as you keep them picked. Beans are quite long, 8-10" and the color is an attractive green with purple stripes. This one was a favorite in our taste trials. (approx. 75 seeds) Learn More
    $1.95

  5. Marfax Bean

    MARFAX BEAN (83 days)

    Grown in Maine by Tony Neves, Marfax has a rich history as a logging camp, bean hole type bean. Seeds are a brownish tan and do very well in the cool climates of the Northeast. Bean suppers still abound here in Maine and many of the old traditions seem to be making a comeback. Why not try a few pots of baked beans in the old enamel pot with molasses and bacon like my mother and perhaps yours did decades ago? 2 oz packet (approx. 145 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  6. Slenderette Bean

    SLENDERETTE BEAN

    Green Bush Bean. Huge yields of bright green, crisp, 5-inch beans cover the erect plants. The white seeded bean has a very fresh flavor. Thought of as a remarkably thin bean when introduced, Slenderette is a very attractive bean for use in side dishes. While it is great for eating fresh, Slenderette is also ideal for freezing. 150 Seeds Learn More
    $1.75

  7. Bush Blue Lake Bean

    BUSH BLUE LAKE 274 BEAN (53 days)

    Green Bush Bean. This variety was introduced in 1962 and was considered quite a breakthrough as it combined the exceptional flavor of the renowned Blue Lake pole bean with a bush habit. Today, over 25% of bush green bean sales are this one variety. Why so popular? Flavor! Pods are six inches long and straight with small white seeds. Plants are 18 inches tall and yields are dependably heavy. 2 oz packet (approx. 150 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  8. Bountiful Bush Bean

    BOUNTIFUL BEAN (46 days heirloom)

    Green Bush Bean. HEIRLOOM 1898 This is a very early and useful flat bean. The pods are about 6 inches long and borne over a relatively long period of time. Both foliage and beans are a lighter green in color than most others. I like to use this variety for those extra early summer harvests and also the late summer plantings. Excellent canner, freezing just OK. 2 oz packet (approx. 190 seeds) Learn More
    $1.50

  9. Emerite Pole Bean

    EMERITE POLE BEAN

    Pole Bean.

    Emerite is sold out for the 2014 seaon. The Fortex (#1504) is an excellent substitute for this variety. Many would say it's an even better choice with higher yield and higher germination rates. Fortex does very well in the cold weather of the early season. 

    Very early and productive pole bean that can be harvested at the five inch size for excellent filet-type beans. If allowed to grow longer (7 to 8 inches), these stringless, round, very thin green beans are superior to all other pole beans that I am familiar with for practically any use. If they are kept picked, they will produce over a long period. A heavy yielder with a fine, fresh bean flavor. 30 seeds.

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    $1.75

  10. State Half Runner Bean

    STATE HALF RUNNER BEAN (heirloom)

    Pole Bean. HEIRLOOM 1800s. To stake or not to stake - that is the question for State. By definition half-runner beans are halfway between bush and pole types. Vines grow to 3 feet and will climb but staking is not essential. Beans are relatively short - 4 inches but yields are heavy and last over a long period. Flavor is very beany and not to be missed. 2 oz packet (approx. 180 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  11. HENDERSON LIMA BEAN (68 days heirloom) **sold out*

    HENDERSON LIMA BEAN (68 days heirloom) **sold out*

    HEIRLOOM 1889 The most common bush lima, this is also the earliest and most prolific. It requires more space than bush green beans but is still remarkably compact. Yield is continuous until frost. Pods and beans are relatively small. Can be dried as well as shelled. 2 oz packet (approx. 120 seeds) Learn More

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  12. Coco Noir Bean

    COCO NOIR BEAN (75 days)

    No, this one is not named after Le Bon Chien Du Chocolate - the company dog. Also known as Starazagorski. Well defined bushes are about 18" tall with the maturation of the beans beginning on about the 70th day after planting - relatively early for a shell bean. Pods are about 5" long presenting large beans in shades of blue. Tolerates heat well, nice flavor. 2 oz packet (approx. 115 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

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