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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Fast sprouting, zero diseases
What are the cons? None
I’ve tried all sorts of beans in our warm to hot humid Louisiana climate and these have proven to be a great choice. Easy growing, fast germination, high volume beans producing over a long period. Best of all is that I’ve experienced no disease or insect issues and I use no chemicals on them.
They taste great and remain tender even when very mature.
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3 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Self-seeds, Prolific
These beans are superb! I grew them in a fabric raised bed bag.They didn't take long to start producing, and when they did they reliably put out green beans for most of the summer. Though I had the best of intentions, I really ended up dogging them in the hottest part of summer, and all 5 of the plants I had died. They had some beans on them, which proceeded to dry and eventually drop to the ground. Although I did start some seeds in early fall and transplanted, I have several more going now that just sprouted up of their own accord from the beans of the old plants. So, yeah, very easy to grow. Great taste and texture - no stringy or hard pieces, even when these are harvested a little later than is recommended.
What are the pros? Classic green bean flavor
What are the cons? a bit dry
Just a good grean bean, nothing special, requires a decent amount of water to stay juicy compared to the other beans.
6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Great Flavor, Great Production
What are the cons? None!
Planted these a little late for fall (planted in late July), but almost all the seeds germinated and sprouted rather quickly. I already have picked some mature beans and more are on the way. This is a gourmet bean and I am impressed with the sweet and earthy flavor and the excellent snap these beans maintain when cooked. Not stringy at all! I will keep this variety in my garden rotation.
4 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Sweet, Vigorous, Numerous
I planted a 20 ft row of these and receive 4 large paper bags full of beans this year. So many that i stopped there and let the rest sit on the plant for bean seeds next year. They are very sweet uncooked and are tasty even after sitting on the vine too long. No complaints.