Blue Lake Bush Bean Seeds are probably the most widely grown heirloom bush green bean. Known for the abundance of smooth, round meaty pods, this snap bean is delicious eaten fresh and also great for canning and freezing. These bush beans are small, self-supporting plants which produce for three weeks or more.
Beans enrich the soil with nitrogen for heavy nitrogen users like corn and grains. Plant beans with carrots, celery, chards, corn, eggplant, peas, potatoes, brassica (mustard family), beets, radishes, strawberries and cucumbers. Keep your beans away from alliums.
Germ: 8-16 days
Net Wt. per Packet: 20 grams
Approximate Seed Count: 40 Seeds/Packet
These were the best green beans I have ever grown. They produced all summer and into the fall. Sometimes I would miss a few beans hiding in the foliage, but even when quite large the beans would still be delicious and not stringy or tough.
Becky Hansen –
Thanks, Bonnie! We are so glad that they did well for you and for letting us know!