This bush bean was originally bred at the University of New Hampshire in 1957. This easy to grow bush type plant produces copious amounts of stringless, 6″ tasty beans all season. Great for colour in salads and snacking, or for enjoying cooked covered with butter. Cooking or blanching will turn the beans green.
Sow seeds 1″ deep, 6″ apart, in full sun when all chance of heavy frost has past. Harvest often for continual harvest. Sow seeds every 3 weeks for season long harvesting. Benefits from compost amended soil.