Bush Beans

Bush beans thrive in warm soil, so do not even think about planting these until the soil has warmed up sufficiently in the spring. Sow every 2 weeks for a continuous supply of beans throughout the summer. Use of an inoculant is recommended. 

Approximately 1,000 seeds per lb. 1 lb. of seed is needed for a 100 foot row, 60 lb. per acre.


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Bush Bean, Bush Blue Lake

Heirloom variety. 6" round pods. Dark green color with white seed.

Bush Bean, Horticultural Taylor

Heirloom variety. Also known as the "Cranberry Bean" due to its buff colored seeds with red mottling.

Bush Bean, Masai French Filet

7" long, slender dark green pods. Very tender.

Bush Bean, Momentum

Long, straight, dark green pods are easy to pick.