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A garden and kitchen staple, heirloom beans — bush, pole or shell — are one of summer's fresh-flavored treats. Easy to grow. Try several varieties to find your favorite.

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  • Bean, Arikara Yellow 1

    Arikara Yellow

    The same variety collected by Lewis and Clark and grown by Thomas Jefferson.

    $2.75 $1.75
  • Bean, Black Valentine

    Black Valentine

    Prolific and dependable. Tolerant of cool temperatures. Bush habit, snap or dry.

    $3.00 $2.00
  • Bean, Blue Lake Bush

    Blue Lake Bush 274

    A favorite! Produces heavy yields of dark-green pods that are tender and crisp.

    $2.50 $1.50
  • Bean, Bountiful


    Plants grow up to 18-inches tall and produce heavy yields of stringless pods.

    $3.00 $2.00
  • Fava Bean, Broad Windsor

    Broad Windsor

    Broad Windsor Fava yields glossy green pods filled with large, high-protein seeds.

    $2.50 $1.50
  • Bean, Calima Bush 1

    Calima Bush

    Beautiful pods of dark green color, slim straight shape and superior flavor!

    $2.75 $1.75
  • Chinese Red Noodle Bean

    Chinese Red Noodle

    These incredible pods will draw lots of attention in your home garden or at market.

    $2.50 $1.50
  • Contender Beans


    Introduced in 1949, Contender is a superb bush variety with heavy yields.

    $2.50 $1.50
  • Lima Bean, Dixie Speckled

    Dixie Speckled Butterpea

    Very productive, red-speckled with a deep purple color. Bush plants grow well in heat.

    $2.00 $1.25
  • Dragon Tongue Beans

    Dragon Tongue (Baker Creek)

    Popular with gourmet chefs throughout the world, Dragon Tongue is a favorite!

    $2.75 $1.75
  • Dragon's Tongue Bean

    Dragon’s Tongue

    Large, cream-colored pods with vivid purple stripes that disappear when cooked.

    $3.00 $2.00
  • Bean, Empress

    Empress (Organic)

    One of the very best varieties for fresh eating, freezing or processing.

    $3.00 $2.00
  • Bean, French Garden 1

    French Garden

    This excellent garden variety provides high yields atop compact bush plants.

    $2.75 $1.75
  • Golden Wax Bean

    Golden Wax

    An old time favorite! Delicious, golden-yellow pods are stringless and tasty.

    $2.50 $1.50
  • Henderson's Black Bean

    Henderson’s Black Valentine

    Easy to grow and very productive, this favorite is scrumptious fresh or dried.

    $2.00 $1.25
  • Lima Bean, Henderson's Bush

    Henderson’s Bush

    An oldie but goodie that’s still very popular today. Great fresh, dried or frozen!

    $2.50 $1.50
  • Bean, Hidatsa Red Indian 1

    Hidatsa Red Indian

    A hardy variety that comes from the Hidatsa people of the upper Missouri River.

    $2.75 $1.75
  • Bean, Ideal Market

    Ideal Market (Organic)

    Introduced in 1914, Ideal Market is a very early and productive variety.

    $3.00 $2.00
  • Lima Bean, Jackson Wonder

    Jackson Wonder Bush

    Introduced in 1888, Jackson Wonder produces heavy yields on compact plants.

    $2.50 $1.50
  • Bean, Jacob's Cattle

    Jacob’s Cattle

    Introduced in 1897, this exceptional variety is sweet and meaty. Good for baking!

    $2.50 $1.50
  • Garbanzo Bean, Kabouli Black 1

    Kabouli Black

    Perfect for making hummus and other great tasting Middle Eastern dishes.

  • McCaslan 42 Bean

    McCaslan Pole

    Very productive! McCaslan Pole are dark-green, hardy and full of flavor.

    $2.00 $1.25
  • Bean, Missouri Wonder

    Missouri Wonder

    Introduced in the early 1930’s, this pole variety was often grown in corn fields.

    $2.50 $1.50
  • Bean, Painted Pony

    Painted Pony (Organic)

    The dual purpose Painted Pony has long, thin pods that are stringless and good.

    $3.00 $2.00
  • Bean, Provider

    Provider (Organic)

    These compact, bush-type plants are heavy croppers and disease resistant.

    $3.00 $2.00
  • Bean, Purple Podded Pole

    Purple Podded (Organic)

    This European variety was discovered by Henry Fields in an Ozark garden.

    $3.00 $2.00
  • Bean, Roma II

    Roma II

    An improved Romano that yields large amounts of 6 to 7-inch pods. Very flavorful.

    $2.25 $1.40
  • Bean, Scarlet Runner 1

    Scarlet Runner

    One of the oldest runner types now in existence. First described in 1750.

    $3.00 $2.00
  • Bean, Snow Cap 1

    Snow Cap

    Mild, earthy flavor complements the silky smooth texture. Half-runner.

    $2.75 $1.75
  • Sunset Runner Bean

    Sunset Runner

    Beautiful peach-pink blossoms on vigorous, 6-foot vines are one of a kind!

    $3.00 $1.75
  • Long Bean, Thai White Seeded

    Thai White Seeded

    Use in curries and stir-fries for a distinct flavor that’s out of this world!

    $2.50 $1.50
  • Bean, Trail of Tears

    Trail of Tears

    Great dried! Climbs like nobody’s business and matures in 65 days.

    $2.75 $1.75