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Rattlesnake Snap Pole Beans growing in garden
Rattlesnake Snap Pole Bean Seeds
Rattlesnake Snap Pole Beans
Rattlesnake Snap Pole Bean Seeds
Rattlesnake Snap Pole Bean Seeds
Rattlesnake Snap Pole Beans growing in garden Rattlesnake Snap Pole Bean Seeds Rattlesnake Snap Pole Beans Rattlesnake Snap Pole Bean Seeds Rattlesnake Snap Pole Bean Seeds
Rattlesnake Snap Pole Beans growing in garden Rattlesnake Snap Pole Bean Seeds Rattlesnake Snap Pole Beans Rattlesnake Snap Pole Bean Seeds Rattlesnake Snap Pole Bean Seeds

Rattlesnake Snap Pole Green Bean

25 Seeds

$ 2.99

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Also known as "Preacher Bean", this pole-type variety produces bountiful and continuous yields of 7" long, purple-flecked beans. Young snap beans are tender and delicous, well-suited for steaming or canning. Beans can also be left to dry on the plant and harvested as a shelling bean. Dry beans resemble a pinto and can be used similarly. 65 days to harvest. 25 seeds/pkt.

CULTURE: After danger of frost has passed, sow seeds 4-6" apart, 1" deep in rows 24-36" apart. Under ideal conditions, germination will occur in 7-10 days.  For highest yield, harvest regularly.  Avoid touching plants while leaves are wet as this can spread disease.

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Also known as "Preacher Bean", this pole-type variety produces bountiful and continuous yields of 7" long, purple-flecked beans. Young snap beans are tender and delicous, well-suited for steaming or canning. Beans can also be left to dry on the plant and harvested as a shelling bean. Dry beans resemble a pinto and can be used similarly. 65 days to harvest. 25 seeds/pkt.

CULTURE: After danger of frost has passed, sow seeds 4-6" apart, 1" deep in rows 24-36" apart. Under ideal conditions, germination will occur in 7-10 days.  For highest yield, harvest regularly.  Avoid touching plants while leaves are wet as this can spread disease.

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Kenneth Parsley
Review is for Threshseed.

Threshseed is by far the best company I have found to order my garden seed from. Germination is around 95%. I cannot review the taste of this bean because its not harvested yet but all the seeds that I have bought from Threshseed is off to a great start.

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James Brown
Rattlesnake beans

So far- so good

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Darylynn Sward
Rattlesnake Pole Beans

I have had these before, but as of yet, it is too early to plant this year.

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Sheryl
Great producer

One of my favorites! The first tender, young pods of the season get eaten raw in the garden while I am weeding. As the harvest becomes more than can be eaten fresh, sauteed and steamed, the canning, freezing and pickling begins. When I have as many put away as I need the rest of the pods are left on the vines to dry. I pick the dry pods and put them in a basket to be shelled in late fall. The beautiful dry seeds are stored in a jar to be enjoyed in soups, stews and as baked beans.


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