The Bean Bush Baby Lima White Dixie Butter, ‘Phaseolus lunatus’, has white, small “baby” lima beans that have a delicious flavor and mature earlier than most limas.
The Bush Contender Snap Bean, ‘Phaseolus vulgaris’, is the earliest bean we could find. The Contender is tasty, stringless, and it takes only 40 days from sowing to harvest.
The Bean Broad Fava Windsor, ‘Vicia faba’, is Mediterranean heirloom with a delectable nutty/pea flavor and has been enjoyed buy Europeans for centuries.
The Southern Cowpea California Blackeye Bean # 5, ‘Vigna unguiculata’, is the most popular southern pea. The large, smooth seed is mostly eaten fresh, but they can also be dried, or the pods can be eaten whole when they are young.
The Bean Bush Snap Blue Lake 274, ‘Phaseolus vulgaris’, is an old time favorite with exceptional Blue Lake flavor. It is noted for retaining excellent flavor and texture as a frozen bean.
The Bean Bush Montpellier French, ‘Phaseolus vulgaris’, is a true gourmet French “filet” bean. It is featured in upscale French markets because of its exquisitely tender and delicate taste.
The Pencil Pod Bush Bean, ‘Phaseolus vulgaris’, is a very adaptable wax bean that will grow anywhere in the country.
The Purple Queen Bush Bean is eaten pod and all and is one of those vegetables like tomatoes that taste significantly better grown at home rather than bought at a grocery store.
The Blue Lake Pole Bean, ‘Phaseolus vulgaris’, is an old favorite and has a beany, sweet flavor and they are fiberless and meaty.
The Scarlet Emperpr Pole Been, ‘Phaseolus coccineus’, has large sprays of brilliant rich, red flowers that contrast against deep green foliage.
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