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Organic Dragon Tongue Bush Snap Bean
Organic Dragon Tongue Bush Snap Bean
Organic Dragon Tongue Bush Snap Bean


 
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There is a sweetness in this bean that brings me to my knees. And, they're purple! Also, they're so satisfyingly tender even as they lengthen six inches, eight inches and often more. They're so easy to grow and their vivid purple makes them easy to harvest in their sea of green. If you crave the nutty succulence of romano-style beans and love the crisp snap of a wax bean, Dragon Tongue will quickly become one your favorite beans, too. It's an honor to share these seeds with you :)

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Organic Dragon Tongue Bush Snap Bean

There is a sweetness in this bean that brings me to my knees. And, they're purple! Also, they're so satisfyingly tender even as they lengthen six inches, eight inches and often more. They're so easy to grow and their vivid purple makes them easy to harvest in their sea of green. If you crave the nutty succulence of romano-style beans and love the crisp snap of a wax bean, Dragon Tongue will quickly become one your favorite beans, too. It's an honor to share these seeds with you :)

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50 days to maturity

Phaseolus vulgaris

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5 of 5 Tender and delicious! June 13, 2019
Reviewer: Anya Zelinska from Fort Worth, TX United States  
These were the most tender snap beans I've ever tasted! Produced really well!

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5 of 5 My Favorite Snap Bean! January 6, 2019
Reviewer: Erin from Western Massachusetts & near Albany New York  
This is truly the crunchiest, juiciest snap bean I've grown, and I'm a variety-obsessed farmer who's tried dozens of different bush snaps.  If I grew just one snap bean, this would be it!  It's gorgeous. It's lovely when cooked gently, although it stands out most when eaten raw.  Every year I've grown Dragon tongue (Eastern NY and Western MA), it has been consistently productive (medium to high compared to other green beans) in both wet and dry conditions.  Do try this gem of a legume!

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