Yellow Wax Beans
Yellow wax beans have been my favorite beans as far as buying at farmer's markets (although I really enjoyed the Yard Longs I got a few weeks ago).
I know these are mostly bush varieties, but mucho evidence points to pole beans being more productive. About the only yellow wax pole bean variety I've seen is Marvel of Venice. I'd like to know what experience people have had with yellow beans of any kind.
So far, my experience has been that I like more tender varieties than the typical green beans. I find French filet beans to be very tender and sweet, and I find yellow wax beans to be buttery and more flavorful.
You can tell I have beans on the brain. I have seeds for:
* Brittle Wax (yellow wax; bush)
* Mellow Yellow (yellow wax; bush)
* Dragon's Tongue (purple/striped wax; bush)
* Climbing French Pole Bean (french filet; pole)
* Triumphe de Farcy (french filet; bush)
* Kentucky Wonder (green bean; pole)
* Blue Lake (green bean; bush)
* Oregon Sugar (snow pea; bush)
* Little Marvel dwarf (sugar snap pea; bush)
* Wando (English pea; bush)