Runner Beans

Different than pole beans. A totally different species altogether. Runner, phaseolus cockiness, while pole beans are phaseolus vulgarism. Don’t let the big words bother you. The runner bean is more popular in Europe. They like cool climates and usually have beautiful scarlet, pink, apricot, or white blossoms. Sometimes grown as an edible flower!

$2.50

The French Horticultural Shell bean is a superb shelling bean, with excellent flavor and is perfect for freezing or canning!

Scarlet Runner
Bean Seeds
$2.50

The scarlet runner bean is a beautiful very vigorous plant that can easily reach 20 feet with blooms that are very attractive to hummingbirds.

$2.50

The Mountaineer White Half Runner boasts terrific yields of old-fashioned, rich "beany" beans that taste and smell terrific

$2.50

Taylor Dwarf Horticultural, also known as Speckled Bays, is an open-pollinated bush shell bean has been around since the early 1800s.

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Pinto
Bean Seeds
$2.25

The Pinto bean is a great tasting young tan and brown speckled bean that is very popular in many Mexican dishes, such as refried beans!