Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) are warm season crops and frost tender. Plant during spring, after frost, and harvest during warm summer months. Can be grown year round in greenhouse.
Common name: Bean, Bush - Black ValentineScientific name: Phaseolus vulgarisOrigin: Old heirloom variety first introduced in the 1850'sUse: The dark green, stringless beans are 6 inches long. This Heirloom shelling bean variety produces all black beans which turn purplish after cooking and have a meaty texture and rich, nutty flavor. Can also be harvested early and used as green beanDays to Maturity: 67 daysExposure: Full sun.Water: RegularApprox. 90 seeds / oz.
Common name: Bean, Bush - Blue Lake Bush 274Scientific name: Phaseolus vulgarisOrigin: Heirloom. Resistant to Bean Common Mosaic VirusQuality is unsurpassed.Harvest : 58 daysExposure: Full sun.Growth rate: FastWater: RegularApprox. 60 seeds / oz.
Common name: Bean, Bush - California Black-Eye (Cowpeas)Harvest: 71 daysUses: These pods are 7 to 8 inches long with large, smooth, delicious seeds, fresh or dried. Loves the heat, easy to grow. Resistant to most bean or pea diseases.Approx. 150 seeds/oz.
Common Name: Bean, Bush - ContenderScientific name: Phaseolus vulgarisHarvest: 49 days. Use: Versatile and early, with huge yields of smooth, stringless 6-8 in. long and slightly curved Excellent for short growing, cool seasons. This productive stringless variety is good for canning, freezing or eating raw directly from the garden. Res. BV, Heat & Mildew. Approx. 75-90 seeds/oz
Common Name: Bean, Bush - ProviderScientific name: Phaseolus vulgarisHarvest: 48-54 daysSize: Beans are 6 to 8 inches long and slightly curvedUse: An early shipper bean. Purple seeded variety produces heavy crops of 5 to 8 inch round /c rease-back, low fiber pods in clusters. Fine flavor and recommended for freezing. Widely adapted and slow to wilt.. Approx.90 seeds/oz.
Common Name: Bean, Bush - Roma IIScientific name: Phaseolus vulgarisHarvest: 60 daysGrowth: Upright bush. A high yielding, widely adapted, bush Romano bean with pods resembling those of the traditional pole Romano. Use: Slow seed and fiber development provide optimum eating quality over a longer period. Res. BV. Approx. 65 seeds / oz.
Common Name: Bean, Bush - Royal Burgundy. Heirloom varietyScientific name: Phaseolus vulgarisHarvest: 52 daysDetails: Highly flavorful, purple podded snap bean that turns green when it is cooked. Long, stringless, and tender, a great cool weather producer. Not bothered by Bean BeetlesApprox. 90 seeds / oz.
Caution: Seed these seeds are treated with Thiram fungicide. Do not use for food, feed, or oil.
Thiram is a fungicide used to help ensure seeds don't rot in cold, wet soil. It helps, but does not guarantee, that your seeds will germinate before they rot. VERY common seed treatment, and it's been around for decades. It also is used to treat fall bulbs to prevent them from being eaten by rodents before planting, because it has a very bitter flavor which repels rodents (for a few weeks).
Bean, Bush - Royal Burgundy (treated)
Bean, Bush - StrikePlanting Depth: 1 to 1.5" inchesSpacing: sow 1" inch apart. thin plants to 2-3" inches, 18"-24" inches between rowsSun/Shade: Full SunGermination: 6-10 daysDays to Maturity: 55 daysBean Type: Bush green beanPod Length: 5" inchesPlant Height: 20" inchesPod Shape: SlenderSeed Color: WhiteResistance: NY 15 and CBMV.Comments: High quality pods on a vigorous upright plant. A concentrated set makes for easy picking. Has a pleasing sweet beany taste. Excellent yield potential.
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