Organic Gold Rush Bush Wax Bean

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55 days to snap bean harvest | Phaseolus vulgaris

 

If you haven’t fallen in love with wax beans, you likely haven’t grown Gold Rush. With a sweet tenderness unusual in a string bean, Gold Rush has been one of our favorites for over a decade. We’ve been saving the seeds of the plants holding their flavor and tenderness longer the garden, widening her harvest window across the seasons. Plus resistance to Bean Common Mosaic Virus: Organic Gold Rush Bush Wax Bean will be one of our favorites always!

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Organic Gold Rush Bush Wax Bean

55 days to snap bean harvest | Phaseolus vulgaris

If you haven’t fallen in love with wax beans, you likely haven’t grown Gold Rush. With a sweet tenderness unusual in a string bean, Gold Rush has been one of our favorites for over a decade. We’ve been saving the seeds of the plants holding their flavor and tenderness longer the garden, widening her harvest window across the seasons. Organic Gold Rush Bush Wax Bean is ideal for short seasons with her early yields and her concentrated pods around the stem make for easy picking. Plus resistance to Bean Common Mosaic Virus: Gold Rush will be one of our favorites always!

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Organic Gold Rush Bush Bean

Direct Sow Only: Once soil is warm & frost danger has passed, sow 1″ deep every 3 inches & thin to 6″ with at least 18” between rows. Harvest young pods before beans swell for best yield. Sow every 2-3 weeks through mid-July for continual harvest. Inoculants often increase yields. Dark seeds germinate in cool soils better than white seeds.

Seed Depth: 1 inch
Days to Germination: 8-10 days 70-80 F
Plant spacing after thinning: 5-6″

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5 reviews for Organic Gold Rush Bush Wax Bean

  1. Gail Rogers from coventry, RI United States

    Great in salad. Tasty

  2. Georgette Spinelli from Adams, NY United States

  3. Anonymous Person from Hubbardston, MA United States

  4. Kevin Sullivan from Rego Park, NY United States

    This years crops review
    The cucumbers were excellent. I did not realize how easy and fast they would grow. I made at least a dozen plus jars of pickles. I definitely will grow them again next year. The kale also was a winner. We ate kale every day for at least 3 months. I also planted arugula, but should of planted more, it was delicious. The spinach did not take off for some reason. I have garlic in the ground for next year and look forward to seeing how that turns out.

  5. Sara Stephenson from Brick, NJ United States

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