(Phaseolus vulgaris) The best-yielding bean we've tried. Sets extra-heavy yields of nearly perfect, dark green beans over a long period. Canners will appreciate the impressive uniformity of these beans. Forget snapping them one by one. Just take a handful and quickly chop both ends off without having to readjust to catch the short ones. A huge time-saver. Plants are vigorous, healthy, and disease-resistant but are somewhat susceptible to snapping in strong winds. While not absolutely necessary, we recommend that small-scale gardeners stake plants to protect their harvest. 55 days to harvest. 50 seeds/pkt.
Culture: After danger of frost has passed, sow seeds 4-6" apart, 1" deep in rows 24-36" apart. Optimum soil temperature for germination is 70-90 degrees. Germination takes 5-10 days.
I have replanted twice. Out of two packages of seed I got 3 plants. I planted other bean seeds purchased from your company and they seem to be performing fine.
Shipped quickly and grew vigorous seedlings. Unfortunately a rabbit got through the rabbit fence and ate them all down to the ground. I will buy more for next year.
First time grower. Purchased these along with another bean bush. Took 3 weeks to sprout but looking good so far.
The green beans surprised me, they started pushing up after only one week. The plants look great. Need to get you progress pictures.