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.
Best planted once the soil has warmed. See also Runner Beans in Climbing Plants.