Discover Fresh Green Beans

Experience the exceptional taste of garden-fresh green beans.



Liana
Most beans are members of the same species, Phaseolus vulgaris, but ‘Liana’ is a different, more heat-tolerant species, Vigna unguiculata, called yard-long beans.
Pete Nutile/Johnny’s Selected Seeds
Kwintus
‘Kwintus’ is an example of a flat-podded pole bean that can be picked young or left on the vine to mature for a more robust flavor.
David Cavagnaro
fresh green beans - green and yellow bean assortment
Easy-to-grow fresh green beans ask only for abundant sun, warm soil and ample moisture to produce well.
Photo by Walter Chandoha
RoyalBurgandy
‘Royal Burgandy’ is a round-podded wax bean that bears purple pods, which turn green when cooked.
David Cavagnaro
fresh green beans - tray of heirloom beans
These heirloom beans have colorful pods and equally colorful names, such as ‘Lazy Housewife,’ ‘Hickman,’ ‘Tennessee Indian Purple’ and ‘Blue Coco.’
David Cavagnaro
Trellis
Pole beans grow long vines and require a trellis.
Walter Chandoha

















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