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  1. King Of The Garden Pole Lima Bean

    You can really have it all, because King of the Garden Lima is equally magnificent in the garden as in the kitchen. Combine the stature of a dramatic pole bean with long, productive...

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    King of the Garden Pole Lima Bean - Packet Phaseolus lunatus
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    You can really have it all, because King of the Garden Lima is equally magnificent in the garden as in the kitchen. Combine the stature of a dramatic pole bean with long, productive pods and good old-fashioned Lima bean flavor, and the result is one of the best ornamental edibles you can grow. Thrives in most garden soils, especially loves the heat of the south. Highly Recommended.
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  2. Kentucky Wonder Bean

    Crispy, crunchy Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans are tried and true. One of the most satisfying with dual purpose; harvest young for a fresh eating type, steamed with butter. Or leave on ...

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    Kentucky Wonder Brown Pole Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Crispy, crunchy Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans are tried and true. One of the most satisfying with dual purpose; harvest young for a fresh eating type, steamed with butter. Or leave on the vine for pods to dry, and harvest for a shelling bean for winter keeping. Push the seed in the ground, build an arbor, and step back as the vines to take off.
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  3. Pencil Pod Black Wax Bush Bean - Packet

    Not to be outdone, these irresistible yellow wax beans contain dark black seeds, creating a stunner in the garden. Serve on a bed of orange nasturtiums, painted with a drizzle of he...

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    Pencil Pod Black Wax Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Not to be outdone, these irresistible yellow wax beans contain dark black seeds, creating a stunner in the garden. Serve on a bed of orange nasturtiums, painted with a drizzle of herby vinaigrette, and give them the attention they deserve. Attention gardeners! Sow a row and tell us what you think.
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  4. Golden Wax Bean

    Golden Yellow Wax bush beans have been a steady sidekick to green beans at Landreth’s since 1871. Naturally sweet and succulent, pretty in a bowl, yet we also love the way they mak...

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    Golden Wax Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Golden Yellow Wax bush beans have been a steady sidekick to green beans at Landreth’s since 1871. Naturally sweet and succulent, pretty in a bowl, yet we also love the way they make a delectable pickle with a bunch of fresh dill. Combine with Bountiful Green Bush for a colorful mix.
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  5. Henderson's Bush Lima Bean - Packet

    A prized petite butter bean we’ve treasured since 1888, along with our popular Sewee Lima. Both are dependable and productive and will make your family happy when they sit down to ...

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    Henderson's Bush Lima Bean - Packet Phaseolus lunatus
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    A prized petite butter bean we’ve treasured since 1888, along with our popular Sewee Lima. Both are dependable and productive and will make your family happy when they sit down to eat. Henderson’s Bush Lima is more compact, ideal for the smaller kitchen garden. It rivals none. Grow Sewee and Henderson’s side by side and tell us what you think!
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  6. Red Kidney Dry Bush Bean - Packet

    Red Kidney bean is best eaten simmered with peppers and onions in chili or wrapped inside a burrito seasoned with cilantro. The tender, meaty taste will win you over, and make you w...

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    Red Kidney Dry Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Red Kidney bean is best eaten simmered with peppers and onions in chili or wrapped inside a burrito seasoned with cilantro. The tender, meaty taste will win you over, and make you wonder why it took so long to grow your own. Our seed is a Landreth’s original from 1845. Trust us, we know a thing or two about beans.
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  7. Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Dry Bush Bean - Packet

    Ready, Set, Grow. Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Bush beans alternatively called Wren’s Egg, are speckled with carmine red splotches giving this ornamental seed super magical powers. T...

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    Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Dry Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Ready, Set, Grow. Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Bush beans alternatively called Wren’s Egg, are speckled with carmine red splotches giving this ornamental seed super magical powers. They taste good, too, sweet right out of their pods, or dried for winter soups and stews. A Landreth’s favorite since 1895.
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  8. Bountiful Bush Bean - Packet

    Productive, absolutely stringless and always tender, what more could you ask from a green bean? Steam ‘til tender, top with a knob of sweet butter, and you’ve got dinner on the t...

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    Bountiful Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Productive, absolutely stringless and always tender, what more could you ask from a green bean? Steam ‘til tender, top with a knob of sweet butter, and you’ve got dinner on the table. Bountiful Bush Beans are early, reliable, delicious that has been a staple of kitchen gardens since 1898.
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  9. Landreth Stringless Bush Bean

    You really can have dinner in a flash when you grow Landreth’s Stringless Bush Beans in the garden. The "stringless" part gives you exactly what you'd expect, a smooth pod that doe...

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    Landreth Stringless Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    You really can have dinner in a flash when you grow Landreth’s Stringless Bush Beans in the garden. The "stringless" part gives you exactly what you'd expect, a smooth pod that does not require feeding it through a bean Frencher to split. Highly productive, no gardener or cook should be without this high-class bean. Circa 1885.
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  10. Tendergreen Bush Bean - Packet

    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 con...

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    Tendergreen Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    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.
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  11. Royalty Purple Pod Bush Bean

    Gather Royalty Purple Pod bush with a basket (and bare feet) or encourage fresh grazing in the garden. Easy to spot the deep purple beans in the green foliage. One of the healthiest ...

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    Royalty Purple Pod Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Gather Royalty Purple Pod bush with a basket (and bare feet) or encourage fresh grazing in the garden. Easy to spot the deep purple beans in the green foliage. One of the healthiest beans you can grow, deep purple color indicates anthocyanin, that super charge these beans with an extra boost of nutrition.
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  12. Broad Windsor Fava Bean - Packet

    Broad Windsor Favas were popular in France in 1860 and are back on the menu again. Prized by top chefs around the world, the long pods are packed with large meaty beans. Steam ‘til...

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    Broad Windsor Fava Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris, Vicia faba
    $2.50
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    Broad Windsor Favas were popular in France in 1860 and are back on the menu again. Prized by top chefs around the world, the long pods are packed with large meaty beans. Steam ‘til tender, spritz with extra virgin olive oil and scatter over ravioli with a fine grating of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
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