Botanical Interests, Seed Bean Bush Royal Burgundy Organic

Botanical Interests, Seed Bean Bush Royal Burgundy

Bring Color And Fun To Your Vegetable Garden With The Royal Burgundy Bean Bush. Violet Purple Pods Will Emerge And Will Turn A Dark Forest Green When Cooked! The Dark Beans Are Easy To Spot, Making Harvesting A Breeze. These Beans Are Tender, Stringless And Flavorful. The Seed Is Certified Organic, And Will Produce Beans Great For Fresh Eating Or Cooking.

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  • ASIN: B002UJYM44
  • UPC: 736210310867

Botanical Interests, Seed Bean Bush Provider Organic

Botanical Interests, Seed Bean Bush Provider

Your Neighbors Will Love All Your Extra Beans! Provider Is A High-Yielding And Early Producing Bean With Great Disease Resistance To Common Bean Mosaic Virus, Pod Mottle Virus, And Powdery And Downy Mildew. These Stringless, Straight Beans Germinate In Cooler Soils Than Other Beans. One Of The Best For Freezing And Canning. Delicious Fresh Bean Flavor.

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  • ASIN: B01JT4CFDW
  • UPC: 736210761867

Pencil Pod Bush Bean Seeds - 25 grams

Pencil Pod Bush Bean Seeds - 25

Pencil Pod beans are an heirloom variety with bright yellow, tender bean pods with excellent flavor. This wax bean (any yellow bean is called 'wax') has very tasty 6 long pods with black seeds produced on large, upright bushy plants. It is very disease resistant and early maturing. Like our other snap beans, it is excellent cooked or eaten right out of the garden. Try growing them in containers for an attractive edible planting.

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  • ASIN: B002UF8I8E
  • UPC: 736210011641

Blue Lake 274 Bush Bean Seeds - 25 grams

Blue Lake 274 Bush Bean Seeds - 25

The snap bean (or green bean) is eaten pod and all and is one of those vegetables that tastes significantly better when grown at home rather than bought at the grocery store. Blue Lake 274 produces a very large crop of round, 6" pods all at once on 16"-18" tall, bushy plants; beans are stringless when picked young. Excellent flavor, one of the best for freezing. Also a good container variety.

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  • ASIN: B00697LZA2
  • UPC: 736210000447

Roma II Bush Bean Seeds - 25 grams

Roma II Bush Bean Seeds - 25

This classic Italian romano bean is an improved version of the original Roma. A favorite in Italy, these flat and wide snap beans aren't available in most grocery stores. Once you taste their delicious nutty bean flavor, you'll wish you could grow them all year long. The 4\-5" pods are slow to develop fiber and seeds, so they are nice and tender. Beans are easy to pick from the upright 15"-20" bushy plants. Delicious eaten fresh and an excellent variety for freezing or canning.

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  • ASIN: B002UJXKBA
  • UPC: 736210021749

French Filet Bush Bean Seeds - 20 grams by Hirts: Seed; Vegetable

French Filet Bush Bean Seeds - 20 grams

58 days. These delicate French filet beans are no longer a luxury item found only in gourmet restaurants. You can enjoy their superb, tender flavor fresh from your garden all summer long, The pencil-thin, slender beans can be picked when only 1/4" in diameter and 4½" long. Steam or sauté for just a minute and enjoy. Easy and delicious.

  • Brand: Hirts: Seed; Vegetable
  • ASIN: B01N0JOQAW
  • UPC: 736210022852

Tavera Bush Bean Seeds - 15 g - Certified Organic

Tavera Bush Bean Seeds - 15 g -

A true gourmet French 'filet' bean produced for the French restaurant trade. You will enjoy their very flavorful, 'extra fine', tender, medium dark green round pods. These 'haricot verts' (as they say in France) are exquisite when they are picked frequently at 4"-5" long with 1/8"-1/4" diameter. The small white seeds are easy to grow to impress your fellow gourmets! (Note: This was our replacement for the 'Montpellier' bean that is no longer available from the breeder. ) This packet plants: 72 plants or four 9-foot rows.

  • Brand: Hirts: See; Vegetable
  • ASIN: B002UJYPN2

Trio Bush Bean Seeds - 60 grams - Snap Bean

Trio Bush Bean Seeds - 60 grams -

A three-bean salad in a packet! This trio of Blue Lake 274, Cherokee Wax, and Purple Queen bush beans is unsurpassed for flavor, productivity, reliability, and hardiness. Also called snap beans, they are eaten pod and all. They are one of the vegetables like tomatoes that taste significantly better when grown at home rather than bought at the grocery store. These bush varieties produce early and all at once (unlike pole varieties that produce later but bear over a longer period of time). Blue Lake 274 is an old time favorite, noted for excellent flavor and texture, fresh or frozen. Cherokee Wax is a vigorous plant producing bright yellow pods. Purple Queen has glossy deep purple pods that turn forest green when cooked. All three varieties are ideal for canning and freezing--a colorful combination for creative cooking! This packet plants: two 10-foot rows. Recipe for Three Bean Salad inside packet.

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  • ASIN: B0049BW3EC
  • UPC: 736210730245

Botanical Interests "Colorful Veggie Garden Seed Collection - Great for Kids, 12 Packets with Gift Box

Botanical Interests "Colorful Veggie Garden Seed Collection -

Choice selection of 12 Botanical Interests seed varieties to colorful, sensational vegetable garden. Perfect for getting kids involved in gardening. Lovely gift for novice or avid gardener, adults or youths. Comes with recyclable green gift box and tie with bow.

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  • ASIN: B07C3N6WHN
  • UPC: 680193745508

Bean Bush Blue Lake 274 Organic

Bean Bush Blue Lake 274

58 days. The snap bean (or green bean) is eaten pod and all, and is one of those vegetables that tastes significantly better when grown at home rather than bought at the grocery store. Blue Lake 274 produces a very large crop of round, 6" pods all at once, on 16"-18" tall, bushy plants; beans are stringless when picked young. Excellent flavor, one of the best for freezing. Also a good container variety.

  • Brand: Hirts: Seed; Vegetable
  • ASIN: B0042TQLLW
  • UPC: 736210313462

"Blue Lake" Organic Pole Bean Seeds

"Blue Lake" Organic Pole Bean

An old favorite. The organic Blue Lake Pole beans have beany sweet flavor. They are fiberless and meaty. Some people say that pole beans have better flavor than bush beans. If this is so, Blue lake would support that suggestion. Outstanding flavor combined with high yields make growing these vigorous 5'-6' vines worth the time.

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  • ASIN: B0042TP9GU
  • UPC: 736210302060

Bean Bush Blue Lake 274 Seed 29 grams of seeds

Bean Bush Blue Lake 274 Seed 29 grams

This traditional favorite produces a large crop of snap (or green) beans. There is no comparison to the taste of a fresh green bean grown at home. This 29-gram pack contains enough seed for one, ten-foot-long row. Snap bean seeds don't store well, so it is best to purchase new seeds each year.

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  • ASIN: B002UEZ6WQ

Blue Lake FM-1K Pole Bean Seeds - 60 grams

Blue Lake FM-1K Pole Bean Seeds - 60

66 Days. Some say pole beans have better flavor than bush beans. Blue Lake would support that suggestion. Outstanding flavor combined with high yields make growing these vigorous 5'-6' vines worth the time. Excellent canned, frozen, or eaten fresh. White seeded, mosaic resistant. This packet sows up to 96 ft. or 24, 4' diameter teepees. See inside for instructions on how to build a bean teepee

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  • ASIN: B01JT0PHQS
  • UPC: 736210732232
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