70 days. [Introduced 1912, though it was grown well before 1900 by the McCasland family in GA.] Southern favorite with delicious flavor. Good as a stringless snap bean, and as a green or dry shell (white-seeded) bean. Productive vines bear slightly flattened 7 in. dark-green pods. Pods are finely-grained, fleshy, and brittle. Drought tolerant vines produce all season if closely picked. (½ lb = 8 oz = 228 g)
  • Item # 13505G

Pole Beans

Please refer to Snap Pole Bean Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 1 oz (28 g) unless stated (approximately 60-110 seeds depending on variety, average 75 seeds) sows 12-18 poles.