Kentucky Wonder Bean

[Introduced before 1864, first known as ‘Texas Pole’.] An old favorite. A popular variety since its introduction, though it has undergone some change over the years. Resistant to bean rust. Pods are about 8″ long, stringless, and tender when small. Use fresh, for canning and freezing, or as a dry bean. 65 days. Pkt. A small (28 g) packet has about 75 seeds.

Good to start from seed in these months:

North Florida: February-June, September 

Central Florida: February-May, September

South Florida: January-May, October

$3.00

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[Introduced before 1864, first known as ‘Texas Pole’.] An old favorite. A popular variety since its introduction, though it has undergone some change over the years. Resistant to bean rust. Pods are about 8″ long, stringless, and tender when small. Use fresh, for canning and freezing, or as a dry bean. 65 days. Pkt. A small (28 g) packet has about 75 seeds.

Good to start from seed in these months:

North Florida: February-June, September 

Central Florida: February-May, September

South Florida: January-May, October

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