(Phaseolus vulgaris) An
ancient staple crop grown throughout North and
Bush, 80-85 days. A tan to creamy yellow dry bean
originally from the...
Bush. A productive heirloom wax bean named for Rocquencourt, France, a...
60 days. This dark-green bean has been a standard for over
40 years. The...
Half-runner. This bean was one of the original varieties
brought by the...
Bush, 65-70 day. Also known as Horto. Reputedly originated in Tierra del...
Bush, 50-55 days. French filet type pods of dark green
color, slim straight...
Bush, 50-55 days. Superior producer of nice straight dark green
Bush, 50 days. A superb bush bean with huge yields of
Bush. This famous Dutch heirloom bean has an incomparable flavor. The tender...
Bush. 57 days. Old standard French haricot verte (horticultural or filet)...
50 days—Excellent production of a refined type, atop compact plants—dark...
Pole, 70-75 days. Rampant vining plants produce tons of
large golden pods....
55 days. Delicious golden-yellow pods are stringless and are of good quality...
Pole, 85-90 days. Gorgeous, plump maroon-and-white
beans are great in...
Pole, 90 days. A popular old Appalachian and Mountain
folk heirloom that...
(Pole), 90 days. Plump snowy-white variety has been grown
Pole, 53 days. Introduced in 1897 by Peter Henderson &
Co., this excellent...
Half-runner, 85 days. Here’s another Dakota variety, so you
Bush, 70 days. This variety is revered for making fabulous
Bush. An old-time bean from the New England states, the white and maroon-mottled...
Bush, 55 days. This meaty variety debuted in 1885. It is a flavorful, stringless...
Bush. This is the bean that is said to have come to America with the Pilgrims...
62 days. This is a selection of the old McCaslan bean that was grown by...
Pole, 70 days. Old-time cornfield type. Vines produce flavorful pods even...