I do not grow the Goose Bean. However, from comments I've read, this sounds like a very nice bean. Any of you grow it? What do you think of it? Any pictures?
Sustainable Mountain Agriculture Center, Inc. Lists Goose Bean. Is this IT, or are there more than one?
I'd like to mention that it seems that there is a wide range of ideas out there, regarding what makes a really good snap bean. Some, perhaps the majority, say that a truly good snap bean is stringless. I tend to prefer the old fashioned string beans. Though, I've seen beans which are stringless and remain tender for a long time.
So what about the Goose bean?
Here is a link that might be useful: Sustainable Mountain Agriculture Center Inc.