Pole Beans

  • $4.85
    71 Day. Pole. 2019 Bean of the Year. If you like Monte Gusto you're going to love Monte Cristo! This blue lake...
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  • $6.25
    70-80 Day. Pole. One of the finest quality yellow pods on a pole bean. This yellow bean boasts attractive, brightly...
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  • $4.95–$12.45
    55 Day. Pole. An early-maturing variety that produces uniform, 5 1/2-6" round pods with good flavor and attractive,...
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  • $3.75–$9.45
    85 Day. Pole. A staple food for the U.S. Navy in the early 20th century this plant is also called Navy Bean. Small,...
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  • $8.25
    56 Day. Pole. Romano. This vigorous pole bean, with its strong vines, can withstand the elements. Among the...
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  • $6.05–$15.15
    100 Days A unique heirloom runner bean that acts as a pollinator magnet. It has beautiful, edible, bi-colored red...
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  • $3.95–$9.95
    90 Day. Pole. Essential bean in Mexican dishes. Pods are borne close to the crowns of half-runner-type plants that...
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  • $3.95–$14.75
    63-65 Day. Pole Bean. Attractive plants and tasty pods make this an edible-ornamental. Impressive 6' vines with a...
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  • $4.45–$11.15
    65 Day. Pole. Delicious and beautiful. Each plant produces colorful, 7" long, round, dark green pods with purple...
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  • $3.75–$9.45
    70 Days Old-fashioned favorite perfect for the kitchen garden. Multi-use bean with edible blooms, tender young pods...
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  • Seychelles Pole Bean

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    $5.95–$14.95
    55 Day. Pole. 2017 AAS Winner! These beans are a treat for the eyes and a delight for the palate. The 5-6",...
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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.