(Currently B.O.) Jade Bush Beans are long, straight, stringless 6-1/2" tender pods which have a great flavor that is exceptionally sweet. Harvest continues over a long period. Upright bush holds the round, dark green pods well above the ground.
'Purple Queen' is a purple-podded bean with excellent flavor. The beans themselves are a tantalizing purple that will turn deep green when cooked. Pods are 6 – 7 inches long that produce 4 – 6 beans per pod.
Romano bean (also known as Flat Italian) has wide, light green, smooth flat pods that are borne at the top of upright, bush plants for easy picking. Roma’s have flavorful pods that are slow to develop seeds, which gives its pods better texture.
The Slenderette plant has slender pods that are about 5" long, full of flavor, and are very tender. The plant is high yielding and is resistant to Bean Common Mosaic Virus, Curly Top Virus, and Bean Pod Mottle Virus.
The Strike bush bean is an early bean that produces great quality pods that are smooth, round, and stringless. The pods grow about 5.5" long and close together for an easy harvest. It produces high yields and is resistant to mosaic virus.
This variety is sweeter and milder than other beets with an inviting gold color. The plant produces good yields of large bright golden beets that are best harvested small, but will not become fibrous when large. Leaves can be eaten as greens.
Long variety. A high quality, late-ripening variety, producing sturdy, dark crimson, cylindrical roots which slice beautifully! It is slow to bolt, shows good disease resistance and stores well over a long period. 55 days to harvest.
One of the best beets for canning, Detroit is tender, sweet, and extremely nutritious. Along with being canned these dark red globes can be boiled, steamed, pickled, baked, or frozen making them one of the best beets on the market.