This page gives instructions on how to buy bush bean seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
Amethyst Bush Bean Seeds are different because they are purple. Pods are slightly thinner, straighter, and more attractive than Royal Burgundy. Pods avg. 5-5 1/2" long and are borne on medium-sized, upright plants. Very good flavor raw or cooked. Pods turn green when cooked. Ready to harvest in 58 days.
Amethyst 100 Open Pollinated Seeds
Blue Lake Bush Beans are plump, tender pods with white seeds. These plump, tender 6½" long pods have excellent flavor and texture, fresh or canned. Plants produce heavily and over a long season. Ready to harvest in 60 days.
Blue Lake 100 Organic Heirloom Seeds
The Contender Bush Bean is the earliest-blooming of the bush – or snap - beans. “Organic Contender” is a stringless favorite. Produces a classic curved bush bean about 6 inches in length. Ready to harvest in 43 days.
Contender 100 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Dragon's Tongue is a unique, flashy heirloom with average six to six 1/2 inch flat pods. They are pale yellow with purple streaks. They are tender and sweet and good in salads or cooked. Purple disappears upon cooking. Tan seeds with dark speckles. Ready to harvest in 57 days.
Dragon's Tongue 100 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Jade Bush Beans have long attractive pods. Jade's 6-7", slender, deep green pods are exceptionally tender and delicious. Large, upright plants keep beans clean and straight. Heat tolerant and high yielding even when stressed by heat or cold. High resistance to bean mosaic virus; and intermediate resistance to bacterial brown spot, curly top beet mosaic virus, and rust. Pale green seeds. Organically grown. Ready to harvest in 54 days.
Jade 100 Open Pollinated Seeds
Jumbo Bush Beans produce giant, Italian-style green beans. A cross between Romano and Kentucky Wonder, Jumbo has dark green, extra-long pods with rich, bean flavor. While the beans are normally picked at 6-7", they are still stringless at over 10". Resistant to bean mosaic virus. Organically grow. Ready to harvest in 55 days.
Jumbo 50 Organic Seeds
Yellow Bush Bean. Thin and fancy yellow filet. Earlier, and with a slightly higher yield potential, than Amarillo, which it replaces. Straight, yellow pods avg. 4 1/2-5" on medium-sized, upright plants. Good flavor. Combine with Nickel and Velour for a tricolor mix. High resistance to anthracnose, bean mosaic virus, and halo blight. White seeds.
Pauldor 200 Open Pollinated Seeds
Provider Bush Beans are organic seeds. Provider can be planted earlier
than other beans because it germinates well in cool soils. Compact
plants are easy to grow and adaptable to diverse soil and climate
conditions. Produces 5 1/2" fleshy round pod green beans. Great for fall
Ready to harvest in 60 days.
Provider 100 Organic Heirloom Seeds
A Classic heirloom, the "Roma II" is a favorite snap bean that produces lovely pods on an upright plant. "Roma" grows a little bit slower than some of the other bush beans, but produces a freshly delicious bean.
Roma II 100 Heirloom Seeds
Tendergreen Bush Beans definitely deserve their heirloom status; they have been a family staple since 1925! Tendergreen Bush Beans are heavy yielding, heat tolerant, disease resistant and can grow in just about all parts of the country as they have a fairly short growing season. These bean seeds have a great taste, tender texture and stringless pod. Tendergreen bush beans are delicious fresh, frozen or canned. It is no wonder that Tendergreen Bush Beans have been delighting generations of families! Harvest in about 60 days.
Tendergreen 100 Heirloom Seeds
Bright yellow 4 to 5 inches long, round, stringless, straight, tender and meaty pods produce white seeds with purple-brown eyes. Delicious buttery flavor! Early, dependable, erect 15-20”H bushes. Let dry at maturity for shelled beans. Good for northern and southern climates. (BCMV, R) C, F, FM, HG.
Topnotch Wax 100 Heirloom Seeds
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