Organic Provider Bush Snap Bean

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50 days to snap bean harvest Phaseolus vulgaris

Provider is perhaps the most dependable green bean you’re likely to find, as early as she is abundant. Aptly named, we appreciate Provider’s ability to germinate in cold soils, often planted and thriving up to two weeks earlier than most varieties. If you’re canning, freezing ,pickling and beyond, Provider’s concentrated production and disease resistance are a dream. She’s our go-to for Dilly Beans, without doubt. Abundance all at once makes preservation easy: Provider the perfect bean to feed you through the winter.

We offer two green bush snap beans, Provider and Tavera, because they serve unique functions in our garden. 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. 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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Size Price Quantity# Availability
50 Seeds $4.45 In stock
100 Seeds $7.55 In stock
200 Seeds $14.25 In stock

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Organic Provider Bush Bean

Planting Method: Direct Sow Only

When to sow: After final frost, once soil is warm

Sowing and seedling care: Sow every 3 inches with rows at least 18 inches apart. Inoculants often increase yields. Dark seeds germinate in cool soils better than white seeds. Sow every 2-3 weeks through mid-July for continual harvest

Seed Depth: 1 inch      Sun Needs: Full

Days to Germination: 8-10 days 70-80°F

Spacing after thinning: 4-6 inches

Days to Harvest: 55 days to green bean

Height: 2 feet

Harvest: Harvest young pods before beans swell for best yield.

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