Pole Beans

  • $2.25
    55 Day. Pole. This purple-skinned bean turns dark green when cut and cooked. Flowers are purple and very attractive....
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  • $5.55–$13.95
    60 Day. Pole. 2003 AAS Winner. An early maturing variety that has sparse foliage for easy picking. The 6-6 1/2"...
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  • $4.95–$12.45
    75-80 Day. Pole. Romano. A scarce variety, said to have originated in Illinois. A vigorous climber, vines reach up to...
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  • $6.95–$21.95
    64 Day. Pole. French Filet. Pick this variety at 4-5" for delectable filet beans with that classic, sweet beany...
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  • Fortex French Filet Bean

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    $8.05–$20.15
    60 Day. Pole. French Filet. Perhaps the best-eating green bean, fresh or frozen. Vigorous vines produce loads of...
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  • $5.85–$14.65
    85-95 Days. A family heirloom that has been preserved for generations. The plant has a pole type habit and is very...
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  • $4.95–$12.45
    85 Days Very old variety originally grown by the Mandan Indians of the Dakotas. Excellent baking bean with...
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  • $6.75–$16.95
    60 Day. Pole. Romano. Nothing beats the flavor of these deep green, stringless beans. The plants exhibit good heat...
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  • $4.65–$11.75
    57 Day. Pole. 1991 AAS Winner. Delicious, sweet flavor and incredible yields. Healthy, vigorous plants produce...
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  • $3.95–$9.95
    88 Day. Pole. Lima. Rich, honey-like taste. Very vigorous, reliable grower. Bears uniform, dark green pods 5-8"...
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  • $6.25–$16.45
    75-80 Day. Pole. 2015 Bean of the Year. This triple purpose pole bean can be used as a snap, shell (90 days) or dry...
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  • $8.85
    60 Day. Pole. Romano. Be amazed by this Italian heirloom. Early for a pole bean, healthy vines reaching up to 9' bear...
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Plant 1" deep in hills 3' apart each way, 5 or 6 beans in a hill, then set 6' high rough poles into each hill. When plants are established, thin to 3 or 4 strongest plants in each hill. If you plant in rows, space seeds 4" apart in rows 2' apart and use our Trellis Netting for vine support. Stake the netting every 3' to prevent sagging. Pick frequently, as pole beans are prolific, and will continue to bear until frost. For best results, inoculate beans at time of planting with Nature's Aid Rhizobia Inoculant.