Every year I plant snap beans and they have strings. I just don't have the time to string the volume of beans I plant.
Can someone recommend a truly stringless pole snap bean with excellent flavor for fresh eating and freezing? Thanks.
I love Rattlesnake... they are so prolific and so tasty.
Almost any bean will develop strings, if not picked young. The "filet" beans develop strings more slowly than most, so if you can't harvest every day, they might be your best choice. "Fortex" and "Emerite" (pole) and "Nickel" or "Maxibel" (bush) are some varieties worth trying.
What kind of flavor do you like in beans? Some people like them sweet, others "beany" like Kentucky Wonder, others like the Romano beans. Maybe you could name some varieties you have liked for flavor.
i am trying the lazy house wife bean this year it is suppose to be stringless but i don't know.if anyone has grown this bean please tell me how it turned out.does it have a good flavor and how long are the vines.
I settled for Blue Lake Pole.I find I don't like to grow Bush beans of any variety. THanks for all the ideas guys.
I am looking for a stringless bush bean in my aera some people called it Lazy Wife bean,tried Lazy Wife but it is no kin to what I want , the bean that I want has a round or oval seed and a very beany taste, it is also a bush bean. I have had this bean before but lost the seed.the folks that gave me the seed have passed away and I do not know the exact name or where I can get seed. anyone have any ideas. thanks email@example.com