I have offered this popular bean in the seed exchanges for years. Another old time bean introduced byPeter Henderson. It is a magnificent producer, and the black seed can be used also as a dried bean. 55days.
This is a very nice wide-type bean, pick and use before it grows big. A lovely 6” green bean with distinctpurple striping. Great beany taste and big producer. 60 days.
This is a truly wonderful Italian bush bean, one of my favourites. Striking in appearance, it is a slim greenbean with purple markings and wonderful flavour. Hard to find elsewhere, and a market favourite!
In 1897 Abel Steele of Ferguson, Ontario won a $25.00 prize for naming this new variety from Peter Henderson & Company, previously known as "Green Bush Bean #1." Heavy crops of excellent quality,brittle, stringless 6-7" pods. Productive bush plants grow 16" tall, 47-50 days.
Buerre de Rocquenfort-
This is a very lovely long slim yellow bean, of French heritage.This black seeded bean produceswell, and tolerates the wet and cold better than some others. My favourite yellow bean, veryclassy taste. 55 days.
Incredible flavor. Our very best snap bean for fresh eating, freezing or processing. A true work-horse.Heavy yields of large, straight, green, 5-6" stringless pods. Originally introduced by Gurney's asExperimental Bean 121 and then re- named Empress in 1979. Bush habit, 55 days.
Fin de Bagnol
Old gourmet variety of French string bean, delicious round slender pods. Best for eating when pickedevery 2 or 3 days while still very young and tender. Does well in cool soil. Very attractive as tiny gourmetgreen beans. Commands a high price at market. Bush habit, 49-57 days.
Reliable and dependable, Jade has long been a favourite of mine because of it’s wonderful long pods,great production and taste. Not an heirloom, but wonderful none the less. Seed into warm soil, doesn’tlike it chilly. 60 days.
I obtained the original seed for this lovely slim,small and flat green bush bean from England. It Smallblack seeded variety is a good producer. Packet 50 seeds.
A very worthwhile little filet bean-production is quite mad. I obtained the original seed from the UK, a mustfor me because of my daughter Mollie. This is a very small bush, I think it would do well in container planting, and it produces extremely well. My plants were loaded with pods. Small white seed. A greatbean. 55-60 days.
A unique development for snap beans. The result of a life-long passion of bean breeding by the lateRobert Lobitz (1941-2006). Stabilized cross between a purple snap bean and a pinto. Best described asdusty red-rose, pods are 4-5" long, well flavored and free of strings. Bush habit, 52-58 days.
Royalty Purple Pod
Bred at the University of New Hampshire by the late Professor Elwyn Meader. Introduced by The BillyHepler Seed Company in 1957. Distinctive purple foliage and purple flowers. Stringless 5”tender roundpods that cook to green. Germinates well even in cold wet soil. Bush habit. 55 days.
BEANS – Bush (Dry)