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McCaslan Pole Green Bean
McCaslan - Pole Green Bean
McCaslan Pole Green Bean
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66 Days — An old Southern favorite family heirloom from the McCaslan family of Georgia who had raised it for many years prior.  Upon the death of Mr. McCaslan, the stock seed was turned over to Hastings Seed Company who subsequently introduced them to the public in 1912.  The vines produce prolifically throughout the growing season. Its pods are up to eight inches long and used as snap (green or string) beans or shelled. The seeds are plump and white. Each packet contains one ounce, which is approximately 80 seeds.
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Cool Beans
This year was my first year with this variety, grew very well. I got back from a long road trip later in the season, and didn't plant them until around 7/15, and they still grew great into early October. Thankfully, they produce quickly and you can harvest frequently for smaller beans, as the larger ones can get longer and HIGHLY fibrous.
Reviewed by: Robert Bisson from New Canaan, CT. on 1/10/2011
Amateur Gardener
Grew really tall over 8' easily. Produced a long time, but at the end turned stringy. Probably could have used for dry beans at the end. Good flavor especially with beans under 7" long.
Reviewed by: Ed Wright from auburn NY. on 12/23/2010
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