A slender, elegant bean often seen in European-style restaurants. They are mouth-watering and unsurpassed in flavor. Many filets available from seed are miniatures, but these dark green stringless beans are a full-sized, 7-inch pod. Maxibel arises on tall, erect plants that require no trellising, and harvest easily. They mature faster than pole beans yielding a huge and concentrated harvest.
This bush-type Romano is the classic flat bean with the robust, distinctive full flavor and very heavy yields you would expect from a Romano. The plants are compact, and the yield is not only abundant, but starts early, extends over many weeks and will continue to bear until frost. Beans are 6 inches long, excellent fresh, and lend themselves equally well to canning and freezing.
Bring a bounty of beauty and flavor to your trellis with these slender and stringless, 8-inch, haricot vert pole beans. Lavender blossoms give way to deep purple pods that are nutty-sweet, snappy and crisp. May be enjoyed fresh off the vine or sautéd, braised or steamed to your liking. Beans turn green when cooked.
An extraordinary stringless French filet bean growing to over 10 inches long. The delicious round pods have a pronounced nutty bean flavor that can be harvested at any size, small and slender or large and plump. The yields are impressive and long lasting. A vigorous climber.
Edible and ornamental, this lush and exotic climber boasts large, lavender flowers and unique pods with superb flavor. Nutrient-rich, all parts of the plant are edible. Traditionally blanched and stir fried, you can enjoy the beans steamed or tossed into the wok with just about anything. Sliced, they resemble little stars to adorn your plate. Leaves can be eaten like spinach, flowers can be used in salads, tubers can be eaten raw or cooked, and the seeds can be used in similar ways to soybeans.