Also known as 'Azuki' and 'Red Bean'. Drought tolerant and adaptable to intense heat and dry conditions. Bush green bean with stocky 18-inch plants bearing 8-inch pods. Small, bushy plants bear 1- to 2-inch, creamy-white, top-shaped fruit. Here is the skinny on green beans. Outstanding for freezing. This open-pollinated, “snap bean” variety produces pods that are 8″ long and somewhat flattened, but not as much as traditional Italian Romano varieties. Harvest at 3 inches for baby filet beans. Half-runner bush dry bean with medium-sized thin-skinned, light-buff beans with brown speckles. Bush dry bean with large, light-red, kidney-shaped beans. Resistant to bean mosaic virus, common bean mosaic, northern leaf blight (race 15), papaya ring spot and rust. The basics to producing healthy plants are to make sure the plants have healthy soil to grow in, make sure they get the nutrients they desire, water the green bean plants correctly, and keep the weeds at bay. Best eaten as green shell bean but also used as dried beans. Large, light-green to cream peas are flattened on the ends. Bush dry bean. Heirloom. Green Crop Bush Bean is an extremely productive variety of flattened bush bean. Semi-bush dry bean with long, red-mottled pods producing 5 or 6 oval, medium-sized, plump, red and pink speckled beans. Compact, 16-inch plants bear 5-inch, slender, round, stringless pods with up to 7 dark-brown seeds per pod. Resistant to common bean mosaic and bean mosaic virus. Resistant to common bean mosaic. Brown mottled seed produce upright 20 to 24” plants. ‘Top Crop’ An early maturing bush bean, ‘Top Crop’ will be ready to harvest in just 52 days. Resistant to anthracnose and bean mosaic virus. Disease resistant. Able to withstand high temperatures. Phaseolus vulgaris. Heavy-yielding, dwarf plants bear pods with 7 to 8 black, rich, spicy beans per pod. Bush green/French flageolet-type shell bean with 8 to 10, mint-green, easy-to-shell beans. You can find ‘Top Crop’ seeds for purchase in a wide range of packet sizes available at Eden Brothers. Can also harvest dry beans in 90 days. Along with being delicious straight off the vine, they are excellent for canning, holding their color and flavor well during processing. Dry bush bean with delicate pods bearing 5 or 6, small, lustrous, black beans. Bush green bean. Heirloom, bush dry bean. Resistant to common bean mosaic and northern leaf blight (Race #15). Germinates in cold soil. Kentucky Wonder 7. Disease resistant variety. 12- to 24-inch plants bear fat, flat, green pods splashed with red. Resistant to common bean mosaic. Freezes well. Plant early as soon as soil can be worked. Small-leaved plants make pods easy to see. Bush dry/shell bean with sprawling plants bearing large, red beans with some beige striping. Top Crop bush beans produce heavy yields and are great for your home garden! Early and disease resistant. Bush green bean with 6-inch, medium-green, smooth pods. Bush lima bean with flat, 3-inch pods with white beans. Bush green bean. Don’t plant until soil is warm – at least two weeks after the last frost. Heat tolerant. Pods have 2 beans each. Purple-podded bush bean. Also known as 'Triumphe de Farcy'. Bush green snap bean from Germany. Best planted in late spring. Bush tepary bean. Pods turn green when cooked. Mosaic tolerant. Purple pod bush bean. Heirloom bush dry bean. Resistant to BCMV races 1 and NY 15. The following counties are the top green bean producers in the state: Henry (1300), Portage (60), Lorain (51) and Summit (42). Small white seeds. Resistant to anthracnose, angular leaf spot, bacterial brown spot, bean mosaic virus (race 15), common bean mosaic, halo blight and powdery mildew. Tolerant to hot weather. Plants bear 6-inch, yellow pods. Use for snap or green shelling. Pole beans will produce for months, bush beans offer only one crop. Resistant to bean mosaic virus, rust and white mold. Freezes well. Bush dry/shell bean bearing light-green to white beans similar to but sweeter than limas. Freezes well. Plants bear straight, green pods. Resistant to bean mosaic virus. Also known as chickpeas or Mediterranean chickpea. Disease resistant variety. Bush lima bean with 21-inch plants. Caribbean variety with smoky taste and extreme heat. Harvest for snap beans when 5 inches or dry at full maturity. Some examples: In most cases, the appearance of blossoms means beans will be ready to harvest in about two weeks. Pole beans must have a trellis, teepee or other support. Resistant to Common Bean Mosaic. Erect plants have dark-green foliage with a tinge of purple on stems and petioles. Good for freezing because most of the crop ripens simultaneously. Early-bearing plants bear concentrated sets of fleshy, dark green, 5- to 6-inch pods. Resistant to common bean mosaic and northern leaf blight (race 15). Bush green/French filet bean with 18-inch plants bearing round, 5-inch, dark-green pods. Purple pods turn green when cooked. Bush soybean. Plants bear extremely dark green, round pods with white seeds. 1950 All-America Selections Winner! Bush beans give a lot of bang for the buck. Bush lima bean. Shell beans are very large. Bush green bean with stringless, round, dark-green pods. Plants bear purple beans. Bush green bean. Plants bear 6 1/2 to 7-inch, round, beans that stay stringless. Semi-running plants bear pods with light-green seeds that turn black at maturity. Bush yellow (wax) bean with 5- to 6-inch pods. Plants bear flat, green, 5- to 6-inch, black-seeded pods. Bush lima bean bearing 3-inch pods with 3 or 4 small butterbeans. Bush green/Romano bean with 5- to 6-inch, thick, flat pods on upright plants with excellent disease resistance. Bush purple bean with 5- to 6-inch purple pods that turn bright-green when cooked. The first step towards harvesting fresh green beans is to grow healthy plants. Resistant to common bean mosaic and rust. Plants bear pods that turn red at maturity and bear small pinkish seeds. Florida Butter 2. Resistant to common bean mosaic. 52 to 70 days for snap harvest, 100 days for dry beans. Tolerates cool weather. Bush green bean with round, light-green 5- to 6-inch pods. All American Selection. Pods avg. Bush dry bean with 7-inch, red and yellow pods when mature and buff-red seeds. 24-inch plants bear white, kidney-shaped beans speckled with maroon. 2-foot plants bear wide, flat, 5-inch, stringless pods. Unusual bush-type Asian yard long bean. About 55 days to maturity. Green pods for fresh eating and yellow pods at 87 days for dried beans. 6- to 7-inch flat pods. Resistant to common bean mosaic. Bush green bean. Several bean varieties are recommended for planting in Texas: Snap beans 1. Disease resistant. Bush green bean with 5 1/2-inch, medium-dark green, slender, round, pods with brown beans. Bush yellow (wax) bean. About 55 day to harvest. 16- to 20-inch plants bear deeply marked, brown-on-beige seeds similar to 'Jacob's Cattle'. Maturity dates can vary considerably depending on the variety. Produces well in short-growing seasons. Most beans, with the exception of fava beans, are cold sensitive and thrive when temps are between 70-80 F. (21-27 C.) and soil temps at least 60 F. (16 C.). Plants bear red-streaked pods with 5 to 7 cream beans with red mottling per pod. Early bush Romano type. Resistant to anthracnose, bacterial brown spot and common bean mosaic. Short-season, bush, dry bean. David's Garden Seeds Bean Bush Top Crop 1919 (Green) 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds 4.3 out of 5 stars 148 $7.96 $ 7. Bush green bean. Plants bear deep green pods with brownish seeds. Hot/ornamental habanero type. Slender version of 'Royalty Purple Pod'. Plants bear straight, 8- to 10-inch pods. White seeds. Green bush bean. Plants bear pods with pale jade beans. These Top Crop beans are a 1950 All-America Selections Winner, an heirloom bean variety that has meaty pods measuring about 6"-7" long. or do i rip them out and plant new ones in their place? Bush version of 'Pole Romano'. Seeds develop slowly. Asian bush dry bean. Drought-tolerant, Southwest origin, developed by the Papago tribe. 18- to 24-inch plants with vining tendencies bear stringless, 6-inch yellow pods. Resistant to downy mildew. Heirloom. Bush green/French filet bean. Bush green/Romano bean with flat, wide, stringless, 8-inch pods with white beans. Bush, Italian Romano type, a cross between Romano and Kentucky Wonder. Water beans well, but don’t let them get waterlogged. Plants bear clusters of 5 or 6 5 1/2-inch, slightly curved, easy-to-shell pods each containing 4 or 5 large, flat, oval beans. Good disease resistance. 12- to 15-inch plants bear straight, 5- to 6-inch, bright yellow fruit. Bush green beaen. Topcrop Pinto beans 1. Bush yellow (wax) bean with straight, round, 5 3/4-inch, deep-yellow pods with buttery flavor and white beans Resistant to common bean mosaic. Plants bear green pods with small white beans. Medium-sized, upright plants bear straight 4 1/2- to 5-inch beans with small white seeds. Bush green bean. Can be harvested for dry beans at maturity. Bush yellow (wax) bean with 5 1/2-inch, deep-yellow pods with white beans. Also known as 'Topcrop'. Early Contender 4. Top Crop Bush Bean Seeds : (48 Days) Heirloom Top Crop pods are about 5-1/2 to 6 inches long, round and are straight to slightly curved. This high quality variety was developed by Plants bear straight, 5- to 6-inch stringless pods. About 65 to 76 days to harvest. Also known as Horto and Tongue of Fire. Bush green/French filet bead with upright plants bearing straight, pencil-thin, round, 6- by 1/4-inch, dark-green pods with slowly developing bean. 15- to 18-inch bushes bear meaty, stringless, straight, 6- to 7-inch pods containing white beans. Resistant to bacterial brown spot, bean mosaic virus (race 15) and common bean mosaic. Upright plants bear slender dark green, straight, 5-inch pods. Bush green bean. If this is true for you, then you probably want the maximum crop possible, don’t you? Bush green bean. do i leave the plants? English variety with 5- to 6-inch pods with 3 to 5 1-inch, green shell beans that dry to light brown. Also known as 'White Kidney Bean', 'Cannellino', and 'Cannellini Soup Half-Runner'. Alson known as Trout Bean, Coach Dog Bean, Dalmatian Bean and Anasazi Bean. Bush green bean with 4-inch, medium-green pods that hold color well when cooked. Not recommended for northern climates. Tendercrop 8. Open pollinated. The seeds are a rich chocolate or coffee brown. Plants bear 6-inch, slightly flattened pods. Bush green bean with 15- to 18-inch plants with 6- to 7-inch, straight, round, fiberless, medium-green pods. Bush dry bean of Native American origin. Early soybean. 6- to 7-inch pods with smooth seeds for snap or dry. Bush yellow (wax) beazn with 4-to 5-inch, clustered, easy-to-pick pods. If you want a large crop to be ready almost all at once for canning or freezing, sow all of the seeds at the same time. Also known as Dot Eye, Molasses Face and Yellow-Eyed China. Pole beans may produce beans over a longer period of time, but they are slow to get started. 2-foot, bushy plants with long, narrow pods with 7 to 10 small, dark-red beans harvested for dry beans. One machine can harvest just 1.8ha/day going flat out to accumulate 30-40t of green beans ready for the packing shed. Also known as 'Roc d'Or'. TopCrop Bush Beans are heavy producers of meaty, 6-inch, stringless green beans that grow in concentrated groupings for easy picking. Seeds are purple-blue with blue stripes. Early maturing. Also known as 'Yellow Eye'. Many consider green beans to be America’s second favorite garden crop, after tomatoes. Bush Italian soup bean. Plants bear thin, 6- to 7-inch, yellow-orange, stingless pods. Bush yellow (wax) bean. Bush green bean with 5 1/4-inch, stringless, round medium-green pods with brown beans. Resistant to common bean mosaic. Published maturity dates are a good guide. 50 days. Improved Tendercrop type. Bush green bean. Bush green bean with slender, 6-inch, dark-green pods and white seeds. French filet (haricot vert) type. Beans are a warm-season crop, tender to light frosts and freezes. Disease resistance. They will climb by twining and can be very heavy. Bush dry bean with 6-inch, cranberry pods and buff beans with red and green speckles. Resistance to bean mosaic virus. Open-pollinated, bush snap green bean. Harvest dried or shelled. 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