Gold Rush has 5¼"L yellow wax pods and white beans. The pod is straight and hangs in clusters around the main stem, making picking easy. Its fine flavor and durability makes it very popular with gardeners. Freezes well.
Garden Tip: Resistant to mosaic virus and powdery mildew.
This is the bean for delicious flavor! The 6" pods of the Blue Lake Bean are mouthwatering fresh or canned. Planting seeds every 3 weeks until the first of August with assure a continuous fresh crop. Easy- to-grow for all gardeners.
Garden Tip: Pick beans regularly to keep plants producing. Expect to be able to harvest bush beans 2 or 3 times.
Earliserve is always the winner in our taste tests. Also known as Early Bush Italian, these beans are full and rich in flavor and easy to grow. A stringless bush variety that is excellent fresh, canned or frozen. Harvest the 4" pods when firm and fully elongated, but before the seeds are large.
Garden Tip: Beans require little care except regular weeding and adequate water if the weather is dry. Water about 1" per week.
Mouth watering favorite. Sow after soil has had a chance to warm in spring. 18" to 22" plant yields 6" pods that have delicious flavor. Very popular variety for canning and, perhaps best of all, it's a stringless type! Matures in 62 Days.
Easy to grow and harvest! The Blue Lake Pole produces dark green, smooth round pods that are tender and meaty. Pole beans produce longer from a single seedling than other varieties. Provide support for the vines and watch them climb!
Garden Tip: Early variety. Use poles 3-4' apart or grow around a fence or trellis. Plant 4-5 beans per pole, plants will climb 5-6'.