Bush Snap Bean Seeds
Snap beans are ready to harvest in two months or less. Successive sowings every 2-3 weeks through midsummer ensures a continuous supply.
Packets contain 50-70 seeds.
We are currently offering 8 varieties of Bush Snap Bean Seeds.
Low growing bush bean with masses of striking, thin, purple pods that are a great snack and a delicious cooked snap bean. The small round seeds have a splotch of purple but are mostly creamy white. When dried and cooked, they are creamy in texture, similar to white navy beans. (Blooming Prairie is a city in Minnesota!)
Large crops of long, stringless, tender pods on dependable, easy to harvest upright plants. Round, smooth, tasty 6-7 inch long pods. Shows good resistance to bean mosaic virus. Good for freezing and canning. Great all-round bean.
This is a honey of a yellow wax bean. Good flavour and great production.
This yellow wax bean done extremely well for us over the past few seasons. Early, crisp and prolific pods. 2-foot plants. White seeds with a brown eye, are a fine-flavoured cooked bean, much like a Navy bean.
Best long-standing bush green bean, bar none. Even when the seeds inside are plump, pods are crisp, tender and stringless. Unlike many commercial varieties, Tendergreen yields over a long period.
Good name for a high yielding and dependable bean. Germinates well in cold soil. Early, long, straight, round pods hang in clusters near the base of the plant which make beans easy to pick.
Bush bean of Argentinian origin, delicious as both a fresh wax bean and cooked dry bean. Beautiful tan/gold colour. Matures early.
Dual-purpose bean. Compact habit. Generous production of golden snap beans for summer cuisine. In September, pull plants and hang in dry place to completely ripen remaining pods. Quick-cooking rich-flavoured black beans for winter soups.