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Landreth's Stringless Bush Green Bean
Landreth's Stringless - Bush Green Bean
Landreth's Stringless Bush Green Bean
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'Landreth's Stringless'

55 days — This very old variety was released in 1885 by the old Landreth Seed Company. The pods are green, round in cross-section, about five inches long, slightly curved, meaty and tasty, tender and nearly fiberless borne on twenty inch, erect plants. Each packet contains one ounce, which is approximately 65 seeds.

Although the name of this variety contains a modern company's name, the seed we are offering is in no way sourced from, "owned by" or connected with that company. The name is simply the historically accurate, common name for the variety giving credit to the seedsman that originally released it.
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I had no trouble with this bean. The seeds all germinated and the only pests I had were cutworms early. They didn't seem to like these beans much and quickly moved on. According to my notes, I succession planted these starting in early June and they started producing in August. The harvest of each wave lasted one month. The beans were tender and tasty and I got enough out of a twelve foot double row to make four pints of pickled beans plus a dish of beans at dinner every three days. They resisted frost remarkably well for beans. I used a row cover and kept picking until the snow fell. Harvesting bush beans is hard on my back though, so I'm trying pole beans this year.
Reviewed by: Paula Beach from Michigan. on 1/28/2015
I live in town and have a backyard garden. I had two 15' rows of the Landreth's Stringless Bush Green Beans summer of 2010. I can not say enough about how great these beans performed. They had outstanding quanity, very tastey, easy to grow and maintain. There were two seperate crops of beans that we harvested. The nicest Green Bean I have ever grown, that's with about 60 years of experience as a farmer and gardener.
Reviewed by: Frederick Griffin from Romeoville, Illinois. on 3/14/2011
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