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Bean - Green - Contender Bush (PKT)

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Heirloom 42 days. Introduced in 1949 by Clemson University and USDA. The best early green bean for gardeners who desire a combination of good flavor, disease resistance, and high yields. Has excellent fresh eating quality. Bears slightly curved, stringless, medium dark green, thick pods, approximately 6" long. Fairly hardy under adverse conditions, has heat tolerance and disease resistance. Resistant to common bean mosaic virus (race 1) and tolerant of powdery mildew. PKT (100) $2
Price: $2.00

 

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(65 days). Aka "Speckled Bays" or "Cranberry Bean". This pre-1800 Heirloom is an early, good producer. Delicious flavor with purple-red splashes on buff beans that are thick and oval-shaped. Flat, thick 5-6" pods are mottled with red in the shell stage. Use as green shell bean or as a dry bean. Does well in cool climates. 1/2 Lb $7
Price: $7.00

 

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(65 days). Aka "Speckled Bays" or "Cranberry Bean". This pre-1800 Heirloom is an early, good producer. Delicious flavor with purple-red splashes on buff beans that are thick and oval-shaped. Flat, thick 5-6" pods are mottled with red in the shell stage. Use as green shell bean or as a dry bean. Does well in cool climates. PKT (100) $2

Price: $2.00

Bean - Green - Golden Wax (  Lb)

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50-60 days.Highly productive bush plants produce clusters of 5" long somewhat flat yellow wax, fairly stringless pods. Seeds are white with a purple eye. Good flavor; eat fresh or can. ½ Lb. $7
Price: $7.00

Bean - Green - Golden Wax (PKT)

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50-60 days.Highly productive bush plants produce clusters of 5" long somewhat flat yellow wax, fairly stringless pods. Seeds are white with a purple eye. Good flavor, eat fresh or can.  PKT (100) $2
Price: $2.00

Bean - Green - Greasy Cut Short Pole Organic (PKT of 50) Bradshaw Heirloom Collection

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Source: Dick Baird, Pickens, SC. Cut Short beans are said to have derived their name because the seeds grow so closely together in the pods that the seed ends are flattened or "cut short". This variety has a slick or "greasy" pod. An excellent Heirloom for fresh consumption, but in earlier times it was a favorite for drying as "leather breeches beans". Often seen strung like peppers on a string hanging on the porch, the beans were soaked in water overnight to reconstitute before cooking slowly for hours with a ham hock for flavoring. Trellis this variety. Organic PKT (50) $3
Price: $3.00

Bean - Green - Juanita Smith Organic (PKT of 50) Bradshaw Heirloom Collection

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Heirloom Mr. Oliver Ridley, Mtn. Rest, SC grew this bean for almost 50 years after receiving it from Juanita Smith, who had grown it for 50-60 years before. He often planted them among his field corn to provide them a trellis. Plants produce an abundant crop of medium sized round beans with black & white appaloosa speckled seed. Tender round pods are useful in French style bean recipes and salads. Organic PKT (50) $3
Price: $3.00

Bean - Green - Kentucky Wonder Pole ( Lb)

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Heirloom 65 days. An old favorite introduced before 1864. Resistant to bean rust. Round pods are about 8 inches long, stringless and tender when small. Use fresh, can, freeze, or as a dry bean. ½ LB $7
Price: $7.00

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