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50-60 days. Heirloom. Non-GMO. Phaseolus vulgaris. This variety is an improved golden wax type. Pods are stringless, straight, slightly flattened and a shade of light-yellow. The wax bean is a great choice for those just starting out as gardeners, since these are easy plants to grow that require little care. In addition to producing crisp beans, this bush-type plant gives vibrant, golden yellow pods that make a great accent piece in a garden. ~100 seeds per ounce.
How to Grow Top Notch Golden Wax Bush Bean from Seed
Bush bean can be started indoors, but performs best if sown directly after the final spring frost. Sow 2-3 seeds 1" deep and 2-3" apart in moist, Organically rich, well-drained soil with a pH of 6.0-6.8. Whether direct sowing or transplanting, thin out strongest starts to every 18-24" in the garden as true leaves establish. Beans need light and consistent watering but, when doing so, water as close to the root as possible to avoid saturating greens known to cause root rot and mildew. Plants thrive from a top layer of mulch to help cool soil and roots. Avoid nitrogen-rich fertilizers which will cause excessive vegetative growth with minimal bean pod production.
How to Grow Top Notch Golden Wax Bush Bean
Most varieties of bush bean are ready to harvest at about 50-60 days from sowing or once the pods are 3-5" long. Harvest often to encourage fruiting and to ensure pods do not dehydrate on the vine. Although some pods may pull cleanly from the vine, use a knife or shears for more fibrous pods to avoid accidental damage to the plant. Like many crops in the garden, it is widely believed that beans are best harvested in the morning for optimal sugar content.
About Top Notch Golden Wax Bush Beans Seeds
One of the oldest known wax beans, Golden Wax was first introduced sometime around 1871.
Golden Wax bean is a bush type plant that produces excellent yields of golden yellow wax beans. Good for northern climates as well as the south.
Golden Wax bean grows 16" tall, compact, and produces delicious golden pods about 5-6" long. Pods are stringless, straight, and posses a rich buttery flavor.
Steady and productive. An excellent for freezing and good for canning variety. Great for three bean salads.
Rust resistant strain. 1932 Burpee says: "The variety has proved to be practically free from rust except when grown under decidedly unfavorable conditions."
Bush bean, also known as snap bean, is one of the most popular annual vegetables grown in home gardens. Germinating in just under a week, bush bean is harvestable as soon as 50-60 days and is an ideal introductory crop for children and beginners. Unlike the prolific and vining pole bean, bush bean matures at about 18-24" tall without need for trellis support. Persistent bush bean features fruiting pods of every color including red, purple, black, white, and yellow.
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