Kentucky Wonder Bush Bean (White) The bean is a tender, warm season vegetable that ranks second to tomato in popularity in home gardens. Bush Beans stand erect without support. They yield well and require the least amount of work. Green bush beans were formerly called "string beans" because fiber developed along the seams of the pods. Now they are called "snap beans". The plants produce prolifically throughout the growing season. Its pods can be used as snap (green or string beans or shelled). The seeds are plump and white. Plant in rows 2 to 3 ft apart. Drop seeds 3 inches apart. Cover 1 inch. First planting after all danger of frost and ground is warm. Continue planting 2 to 3 week intervals until Aug. 1. "Happy Planting" We combine shipping on all seed orders. Heirloom seeds are great gifts. Include them in your greeting cards. Give the gift that keeps on giving.
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posted by richard carpenter on 2013-04-19