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  1. 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

  2. Gold Crop Bean

    GOLD CROP BEAN (56 days)

    Golden yellow beans are held high on an upright bush, this variety is sometimes called the wax bean for people who don't like wax beans. Bountiful harvests of 5-7 inch pods make Goldcrop a must for the small garden. Cook in combination with green beans for a crisp attractive mid-summer meal. 2 oz packet (approx. 200 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  3. Strike Bean

    STRIKE BEAN (45 days)

    Green Bush Bean. Strike is a heavy yielding 5-inch bean with great flavor. While it is very popular with commercial growers, it is also ideal for home gardeners because of its earliness, its productivity, its flavor, and the fact that plants yield over a remarkably long period of time. 2 oz packet (approx. 185 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  4. PROVIDER BEAN

    PROVIDER BEAN (50 days)

    Green Bush Bean. This is a popular stringless bean in New England. It is reasonably early on plants that are quite compact. Size is 5-6 inches and yield is good. Disease resistance is a strong point. The flavor is different from other green beans and difficult to describe, maybe "beanier". This is our bean of choice for making Dilly Beans. There are a number of strains of Provider, all good, but we think this one, from an Idaho grower, is the best. 2 oz packet (approx. 175 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  5. Marengo Romano Bean

    MARENGO ROMANO BEAN (75 days)

    As with all the Italian rampicante (pole) beans, yields are just overwhelming. Beans are a bright yellow and flattened as you would expect but larger than a typical romano type. Flavor is great, an Italian classic. (approx. 60 seeds) Learn More
    $1.95

  6. KENTUCKY WONDER WAX  BEAN (64 days)

    KENTUCKY WONDER WAX BEAN (64 days)

    Pole Bean. Harvest Kentucky Wonder beans in a wax bean. They really stand out from the vines for ease of picking and have that same great flavor. 2 oz packet (approx. 150 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  7. SPECKLED CALICO POLE LIMA (80 days)

    SPECKLED CALICO POLE LIMA (80 days)

    A pole lima bean in a new color scheme, Speckled Calico features large red and white beans, about the size of a quarter. The delicious buttery flavor is retained after freezing, so you'll want a large crop of this one. 2 oz packet (approx. 45 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  8. Purple Trionfo Violetto Bean

    PURPLE TRIONFO VIOLETTO BEAN (60 days)

    This bean is from our Italian supplier, Fratelli Ingegnoli and what the brothers sent us is far superior to any purple bean we have grown before. The vines emerged early and soon overran not just their trellis but also the adjacent rows of corn. The light purple blossoms were very ornamental and soon turned into literally thousands of dark purple beans. I prefer them harvested young, but even when they get to the 8 inch stage they remain tender. They turn green when cooked and the nutty sweet flavor is great. Expect at least a 10 week harvest. (approx. 50 seeds) Learn More
    $1.95

  9. Vermont Cranberry Bean

    VERMONT CRANBERRY BEAN (85 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1700s Perhaps the most attractive of all dried beans, this variety is also an excellent shell bean. A beloved heirloom in New England since the eighteenth century, the cranberry-red beans are used in soups, for baking, and in a variety of other delicious ways. Semi-bush type. Grown in Maine. (approx. 50 seeds) Learn More
    $1.95

  10. Lynx Bush Bean

    LYNX BUSH BEAN (53 days) **sold out**

    A fillet-type bean that is a bit shorter - 5 inches in length. Yields are heavy on the compact, 18 inch plants. The dark green beans are scrumptious. Blanched and fried in olive oil with a few nuts they are terrific. 1 oz packet (approx. 150 seeds) Learn More

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  11. Carson Yellow Bean

    CARSON YELLOW BEAN (52 days)

    Yellow Bush Bean. A very elegant bean in appearance, Carson is a slim 5 1/2" bean with a lovely, creamy color and a pleasant, "beany" flavor. The vigorous plants produce heavy yields at an early date. Narrow pods dress up most any dish with a splash of yellow. 2 oz packet (approx. 200 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  12. MASAI BEAN

    MASAI BEAN (47 days)

    Green Bush Bean. Small plants produce huge yields of thin, smooth, flavorful beans. Plants are only a foot tall but are covered with 4 inch long beans, a couple dozen per plant. Several plants will provide a meal for two and due to the growth habit the harvest is quick and easy. The best bean we know of for container growing and a great choice for late summer planting. The fall yields appear to be almost as heavy as those we got in the summer. Reportedly Masai is now "the standard" bean in Europe. 2 oz packet ( 200 seeds) Learn More
    $1.95

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