Tendergreen Bush Bean - Packet

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$2.50
Per Packet
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SKU
DL013802
If you didn’t enjoy fresh green beans as a kid, now is your time to try them again. Two rows of Landreth’s Tendergreen bush beans will yield enough for fresh eating and their consistent size makes dilly beans a snap. Tendergreen meets you at the table with flavor, because no one should grow up not eating their beans.
Plant Information
The Tendergreen bush bean was introduced by Calvin Keeney in 1922 and entices with a trio of things that earn it three cheers every time. First, the plants bloom with lovely flowers, then they give way to young pods that can be enjoyed like snap beans. Left to mature, the pods produce lima beans. And growing them is as easy as 1-2-3. Reaching approximately 2 feet in height, Tendergreen bush bean plants are self-supporting and easy to grow in a garden, a raised bed, or containers. They're very quick to mature, making them ideal for short growing seasons like those found in the north. A mature plant will produce quite a heavy harvest of impressive pods 5-6 inches in length. Your beans will be ready to pick about 10 weeks after they're sown. They'll be about as thick as a pencil and their sides will be curvy thanks to all the healthy beans inside! Tendergreen bush beans are perfect for freezing and canning, steamed or cooked in a favorite recipe, or enjoyed raw as part of a salad or snack. They're rich in lots of antioxidants and extremely high in fiber and flavonoids, helping to reduce the risk of heart disease. They're also an excellent source of key vitamins, like A, C, K, and B6, as well as folic acid.
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SKU
DL013802
Item Package Size
Packet
Botanical Name
Phaseolus vulgaris
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Planting Depth
1-11/2 inches
Seed Spacing
6 inches
Row Spacing
48 inches
Space After Thinning
6-8 inches
Days To Germinate
15-20 days
Days To Maturity
75-115
Tolerates
Heat
Seed Life Cycle
Annuals
Certifications
Heirloom
Advantages
Grow with Children, Good for Containers, Edible
Additional Information
Landreth's Original, Introduced in 1923
Ships As
Seed
Ships To Canada
Yes
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