About Bountiful

45–50 days. Bush plants produce an early and bountiful harvest of stringless light green 6” pods. In 1898, Abel Steele won a $25 prize for renaming this, at the time, new variety blandly called “New Green Bush Bean No. 1.” Being an heirloom variety, plants may throw out short runners when mature.

About Beans

Best planted once the soil has warmed. See also Bean, Yard-Long and Runner Beans in Climbing Plants.

Pot Size & Price
Seed Packets
$3.50
Height
18"
Sunlight Exposure
Full Sun
Catalog
V007
Plant Traits
Cold Sensitive

Other varieties of Beans

Henderson's Black Valentine beans, black shiny beans
Photo from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

Black Valentine, Henderson's Stringless

Catalog
V011
Calypso beans, white and black
Photo from Seed Savers Exchange

Orca

Catalog
V014
Phaseolus Hidatsa Shield Bean, white beans with brown speckled halves
Photo from Seed Savers Exchange

Hidatsa Shield Bean

Catalog
V012
Bean Lina Sisco's Bird Egg, pink to mottled dried beans
Photo from Seed Savers Exchange

Lina Sisco's Bird Egg

Catalog
V013
Phaseolus Mardi Gras Bean Blend, green, purple and yellow wax beans in rows
Photo from High Mowing Seeds

Mardi Gras Bean Blend

Catalog
V008
Phaseolus Maxibel Haricot Vert, narrow green beans
Photo from High Mowing Seeds

Maxibel Haricot Vert

Catalog
V009
Phaseolus Provider, classic green beans
Photo from High Mowing Seeds

Provider

Catalog
V010