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1 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Great flavor and very tender
What are the cons? None
My favorite variety of bean.
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10 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Tender, perfect true flavor
What are the cons? none
I planted half of the package of beans in nearly mid-June. Approximately two weeks later, a baby bunny must have sneaked in thru the fence and ate most of the plant tops leaving barely a nub of stem. So, I planted the other half of the package. All of the plants that were eaten grew back! Nearly every seed germinated! Once I began getting beans I was picking them quickly to catch them when small, as most bean types I've grown in the past get stringy and chewy when they grow too large. NOT THESE! There were many that I missed during picking and they got quite large. Plus the summer was so hot that most days I didn't feel like picking them and many got overgrown. All of the beans, any size, were delicious! These beans have the best, true, heavenly green bean flavor with no bitterness. They cook quickly and freeze well too. They were my favorite veggie for 2016! I plan to grow two packages this coming summer! We did use Miracle grow a few times and we watered regularly. Blue ribbon beans!
10 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Lots of beans on each bush
What are the cons? Low sprouting
I grew these the first time 2 years ago and they did very well. A ton of great tasting beans on each plant. They are my favorite.
14 out of 14 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Great production
Best bush type I've grown. They are far hardier and more prolific than cantare or blue lake bush. They are the first to produce beans and produce them far longer and more frequently. It also seems that the beans stay at peak picking size a bit longer, so they are more forgiving about when you pick them. They stay thinner and more tender longer!
What are the pros? nice long beans
the best bean i have grown in south west Texas. I start planting them late summer and have some wonderful crops till after Thanksgiving. Then I plant again early spring. Great taste, easy to grow, plants came back after a deer got in the garden (2x) and produced even better.
Bushes are not very sturdy but produce well, watch out for rust during wet weather.