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Organic Tavera Bush Filet Bean
Organic Tavera Bush Filet Bean


 
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Had we but one bean to eat all summer, this surely is the one. Exceptionally tender, stringless and nutty-sweet, Tavera is simply luscious. (This style bean is especially popular in France where it has been selected for centuries, known fondly as French Filet or 'haricot vert.') Beyond simply delectable, Tavera is a very compact and high-yielding variety as well as resistant to Anthracnose and Bean Common Mosaic Virus. Truly, she's exceptional.

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Organic Tavera Filet Bean Had we but one bean to eat all summer, this surely is the one. Exceptionally tender, stringless and nutty-sweet, Tavera is simply luscious. (This style bean is especially popular in France where it has been selected for centuries, known fondly as French Filet or 'haricot vert.') Beyond simply delectable, Tavera is a very compact and high-yielding variety as well as resistant to Anthracnose and Bean Common Mosaic Virus. Truly, she's exceptional.


Now, let's talk flavor and concentrated productivity!

We offer two green bush snap beans, Provider and Tavera, because they serve unique functions in our garden. If you want to pickle and preserve, Provider is your bean. Abundance all at once makes preservation easy: Provider the perfect bean to feed you through the winter. We plant Provider first (mid-May) because it grows in cooler soils so we eat Provider first --- but when Tavera (planted late May/early June) is on our plates two to three weeks later there is no looking back. Every year we're blown away by their exquisite flavor and delicate texture. If flavor is why you garden, Tavera is for you.

Who knew there was so much diversity in green beans?

We grow them all and love to share them all with you :)

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 21 Write a review »

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5 of 5 delicate and delicious January 5, 2020
Reviewer: Lou P from Manlius, NY United States  
produces a lot of beans is a small space, easily the best tasting beans I've had with a delicate, slightly nutty flavor, much better than the standard store bought beans

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5 of 5 Beans January 1, 2020
Reviewer: Richard A. Micoli from Honeoye Falls , NY United States  
These beans were excellent yield. Tender long thin beans. Will grow again next season.

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3 of 5 December 30, 2019
Reviewer: Pat LaPoint from PAVILION, NY United States  
slow emergence, few plants but nice quality for what did produce.  As I stated above - our growing season was cold and wet until August.

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4 of 5 November 20, 2019
Reviewer: Martha DeLarm from RIPARIUS, NY United States  
These did very well but the heat got to them.

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5 of 5 November 18, 2019
Reviewer: Amy Chorew from BLOOMFIELD, CT United States  


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