Organic Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean Seeds (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Organic, Non-GMO Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean Seeds
Looking for high-quality, organic Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean seeds to grow in your garden? Look no further than the Living Seed Company's Organic Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean seeds.
These seeds are organic, ensuring that you get the healthiest, most productive plants possible. The Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean is a classic heirloom variety that has been grown in the United States since the late 1800s, and it is known for its delicious, meaty pods and high yields.
Growing Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans is easy and rewarding. These beans are great for trellising or growing on poles, and they can produce a bountiful harvest of up to 8-inch pods. They are also disease-resistant and drought-tolerant, making them a great choice for any garden.
With Living Seed Company's Organic Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean seeds, you can be sure that you're getting the best quality seeds available. Order your seeds today and get ready to enjoy a summer full of delicious, fresh-picked green beans straight from your garden.
This heirloom pole bean originates back to 1864, when it was first introduced as the Texas Pole and later rename Old Homestead. Later in 1877, it was to be renamed the Kentucky Wonder Pole. This bean has been recognized for its distinctive flavor, grander in size, silvery green fleshy pods with its bold meaty flavor. This white bean variety is vigorous and known for its crisp, tender nature and being free of having fibers. Excellent served fresh or shelled; preserves well and its perfect in drying, as well. Best while picked early in the harvest.
The Kentucky Wonder grows strong, even in hot climates. Ideally on trellises, poles and fences. Featuring heavy crops with a length of 9”, this vine will reach about five to seven feet maturing in about 58 – 72 days.
- Sun: Full
- Direct Sow: 2-3 weeks after last frost
- Seed Count: 25
- Days to Maturity: 58 - 72
- Plant Size: 5' - 7'
Keep soil moist while seeds are germinating.
Grow on trellises, poles and fences to support heavy crop.
Best when harvested in its earlier stages and pick often to a continual harvest.