Bush Beans

Bush Beans
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Provider Bush Bean Seeds

Provider (50 days) Introduced by Dr. Hoffman of South Carolina around 1965. Maroon colored bean...

Provider (50 days) Introduced by Dr. Hoffman of South Carolina around 1965. Maroon colored beans. Once was a white seeded variety, but not sure it still exists anymore in the seed trade. Snap bean for home gardens, local market, shipping fresh and for freezing. 15-17" vines, bushy, sturdy, and strong roots. Pods round to heart-shaped, straight, 5-1/4", fleshy, low fiber, stingless, and medium dark green. Excellent for cool soil emergence for early season or cool coastal climates. Thoug...

$2.49 $18.96

Bush Blue Lake 274 Bean

(55 days) Blue Lake 274 is the classic bean that comes to mind when you think of a green bean.  K...

(55 days) Blue Lake 274 is the classic bean that comes to mind when you think of a green bean.  Known in the canning industry for years because of its reliability, huge yields, disease resistance and its ability to bear all at once making canning a much easier task.  Blue Lake produces plump, tender, dark green pods that are about 5 1/2"s long.  The bush itself only grows about 16" saving space in your garden, but producing big juicy yields.  This is THE green bean for canning or freezing.  B...

$2.59 $85.96

Strike Bush Beans

Strike Bush Beans (45-55 days)   Strike bush bean produces very vigorous upright plants that make...

Strike Bush Beans (45-55 days)   Strike bush bean produces very vigorous upright plants that make picking easy. Produces round med-green straight stringless slender 5.5 inch, very smooth pods. Stringless. Good bean flavor. Crisp and tender in stirr fries. Excellent steamed or boiled with potatoes. Great early producer that matures consistently at the same time. Which is exactly what you want when canning! Earlier and more disease resistant than Black Valentine. BCMV & NY 15 resistant.

$2.75 $175.00

Organic Gold Rush Bean

Organic Gold Rush Bean Phaseolus vulgaris Bush type wax bean, 52 days to maturity Forget panning...

Organic Gold Rush Bean Phaseolus vulgaris Bush type wax bean, 52 days to maturity Forget panning, try canning! A gardener's wealth is a heavy harvest of Gold Rush beans, pickled or steamed and piled on a plate. You won't have to search long to find these delicious, lemon-colored beans hanging in heavy clusters on their compact bushes. Gold Rush was a clear favorite on the farm, where it kept on producing tender beans when others had gotten tough. Plants are disease resistant and produce a he...

$2.99 $11.99

Landreth Stringless Bush Bean Seeds

Landreth Stringless (55 days) Released in 1885 by Landreth Seed Company. Stringless, nearly fib...

Landreth Stringless (55 days) Released in 1885 by Landreth Seed Company. Stringless, nearly fiber-less, tasty, meaty 5" bean pods. Productive and easy to snap. Hardy under extreme conditions. Plant grows about 19" tall. Seeds are brown in color. 1952 Ladreth Seed Company says about Landreth Stringless.... "A favorite and one of the finest pod varieties for the home garden, market gardener and canner. Plant is large, hardy and a heavy yielder. Pods round, medium green, 5 1/2" long, slightl...

$2.49 $25.25

Blue Lake FM1k Pole Bean

(63 days) Blue Lake beans are world famous for reliability, disease resistance, flavor and high y...

(63 days) Blue Lake beans are world famous for reliability, disease resistance, flavor and high yields. This is basically the pole version of the famous bush type that is widely planted for the canning industry.  If you like Kentucky Wonder you will be blown away by Blue Lake!  These bright green beans are straight and reach up to 7".  Perfect for those who are tired of bending over to pick beans, but still want the high yield of a bush bean.  Excellent for freezing and canning.  Blue Lake is...

$3.74 $199.99

Roma II Bush Beans

Phaseolus vulgaris Roma II Bush Beans (59 days) Romano type bush bean. Rogers Brothers Seed Comp...

Phaseolus vulgaris Roma II Bush Beans (59 days) Romano type bush bean. Rogers Brothers Seed Company introduced Roma II in 1978. The classic Italian gourmet "Roma" improved in the second generation as a bush bean. Roma beans have wide, meaty, tender,smooth flat pods that are stringless. Excellent flavor. Very prolific and reliable. Resistant to mosaic and mildew mosaic. Roma II makes a great canner. Flavor holds. Roma II is Recommended by the Following State Universities or Ag Extensi...

$2.49 $124.95

Royal Burgundy Bush Bean Seeds

Royal Burgundy (55 days) Also known as Royalty Purple Pod. Highly flavorful, purple podded snap b...

Royal Burgundy (55 days) Also known as Royalty Purple Pod. Highly flavorful, purple podded snap bean that turns green when it is cooked. Stringless and a great cool weather producer. Be the hit of your next dinner party when you show your guest this purple powered bean before its cooked. A sure seller at farmer's markets for its eye appealing color. This bush bean produces small runners. The variety is resistant to BCMV and is avoided by Mexican bean beetles. Have trouble getting the kids to...

$2.49 $49.99

Hendersons Earliest Bush Lima

Phaseolus lunatus Henderson's Earliest Bush Lima (69 days) Has also historically been c...

Phaseolus lunatus Henderson's Earliest Bush Lima (69 days) Has also historically been called "Wood's Prolific", "Dwarf Butter Bean" and "Baby Lima" 1 oz Seed Packet Contains about 75 seeds. Introduced by Perter Henderson & Company in 1889. When released it was called "Henderson's New Bush Lima Bean". This is one buttery flavored baby lima bean. The bush is very erect, reliable and produces 3-4 beans per pod. Continues to set until first frost. Excell...

$2.49 $26.99

Golden Wax Bean

Phaseolus vulgaris Golden Wax Bean (52 days) One of the oldest known wax beans, Golden Wax was f...

Phaseolus vulgaris Golden Wax Bean (52 days) One of the oldest known wax beans, Golden Wax was first introduced sometime around 1871. There have been many variations over the years, but Golden Wax was also known as Topnotch or Rustproof Golden Wax. Golden Wax bean is a bush type plant that produces excellent yields of golden yellow wax beans. Good for northern climates as well as the south. Golden Wax bean grows 16" tall, compact, and produces delicious golden pods about 5-6" long. Pods...

$2.99 $49.99

Harvester Bush Bean

Phaseolus vulgaris Harvester Bush Bean (53 days) Seed package contains 1 oz or about 70 seeds H...

Phaseolus vulgaris Harvester Bush Bean (53 days) Seed package contains 1 oz or about 70 seeds Harvester bush beans have succulent, tender pods growing up to 6" long. The pods grow high off the ground for easy picking. Harvester bush bean is very hardy and grows upright in a nice bush habit. Very productive. Resistant to the common mosaic virus, bean rust virus, and root rot. Recommended by the Following State Universities or Ag Extension Offices as a variety that performs well for their r...

$2.49 $125.00

Kentucky Wonder Bush Beans

Phaseolus vulgaris (57 days) Everyone has heard of Kentucky Wonder Pole beans, but few realize th...

Phaseolus vulgaris (57 days) Everyone has heard of Kentucky Wonder Pole beans, but few realize there is a much easier bush variety. No need for poles! Vigorous bushes hold 6-8" long pods off the ground for easy picking. Tender, outstanding flavor and stringless. Heavy yields over a long period of time. 

$2.49 $182.49

Tendergreen Bush Bean

Phaseolus vulgaris Tendergreen Bush Bean (52 days) An old reliable variety thought to be develo...

Phaseolus vulgaris Tendergreen Bush Bean (52 days) An old reliable variety thought to be developed by Calvin Keeney. Calvin was the "father of the Stringless Bean" and bred Burpee's Stringless Green Pod in 1898. It was the most popular variety until Tendergreen arrived in 1925. Tendergreen produces a strong and erect bush that will reach about 18"-22"s. Pods are meaty, tender, round and stringless. Disease resistant, heat tolerant, early, heavy yields with an excellent flavor. There is a r...

$3.44 $155.00

Contender Bush Bean Seeds

Contender (45 days) Contender bush bean is our #1 selling bean for three years running now. There...

Contender (45 days) Contender bush bean is our #1 selling bean for three years running now. There is a good reason for that--taste and reliability. Contender is an early bush bean, that is reliable, heavy yielding, and considered by many to be the earliest producing bean at an amazing 40-45 days! Contender bean is perfect for short, cool seasons where other beans may not perform well. This bean is mildew tolerant and still does well in hot weather. Contender bean pods are 6" long, stringless...

$2.49 $155.00

Fordhook 242 Bush Lima Bean

Phaseolus lunatus Fordhook 242 Bush Lima Bean (72 days) Introduced by the USDA in Beltsville in...

Phaseolus lunatus Fordhook 242 Bush Lima Bean (72 days) Introduced by the USDA in Beltsville in the 1940s. Fordhook 242 is by far the best lima bean for Northern climates, coastal conditions or cool foggy nights. They are ready for use almost a week earlier than most bush limas. Fordhook 242 has dense foliage reaching 16"-24". Pods are thick, meaty and contain 3-5 lima beans. Known for its almost nutty flavor. Nothing beats a steamy bowl of lima beans with a pat of butter! Recommended b...

$2.49 $155.00

Early Thorogreen Bush Lima Bean

Phaseolus lunatus Early Thorogreen Bush Lima Bean (69 days)   This is the earliest producing of ...

Phaseolus lunatus Early Thorogreen Bush Lima Bean (69 days)   This is the earliest producing of all the lima beans. Thorogreen is considered a baby lima with a delicious buttery taste. It is a bush type that reaches 18" tall and requires no staking. An excellent choice for those who have a short growing season. Downy mildew resistant. Recommended by the Following State Universities or Ag Extension Offices as a variety that performs well for their region . AL, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, OR, SC, TX

$2.49 $12.50

Kentucky Dreamer Bush Bean

Kentucky Dreamer Bush Bean (50-54 days)   Improved Kentucky Wonder Bush bean. High concentrated p...

Kentucky Dreamer Bush Bean (50-54 days)   Improved Kentucky Wonder Bush bean. High concentrated pod set. Plant height 17 inches. Very upright plant. Pod is medium green, flat 6 inches long and is white seeded. Disease resistance is cbmv type 1 and n.Y. Strain 15. ***Very impressed with Kentucky Dreamer in our 2013 bean trials. It was quick to produce lots of 5-6" pods on well formed plants with no disease problems in our climate.

$2.75 $149.95

Black Valentine Bush Beans

Black Valentine Bush Beans (50 days to snap)   Introduced by Peter Henderson in 1897, but known s...

Black Valentine Bush Beans (50 days to snap)   Introduced by Peter Henderson in 1897, but known since 1850. Long, straight, round pods that are stringless for us. 6" long pods Black Valentine is good for early or late planting. Excellent for soups, stews and canning.  

$2.49 $54.74