Here is the Cherokee Wax Yellow Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. Wax bush beans comprise only about 3% of the total snap bean market, and are grown most predominantly in Canada and eastern Europe. This wax bush bean is excellent as a home garden variety and is beautiful in a three bean salad. We found this variety to be a very productive type with bean pods about 4.5 inches long with a crisp texture that is great for eating fresh. Plants are good producers and only get to 18 inches tall but may reach 2 feet in full direct sun light. This variety in know for it's ability to stays tender when frozen. Open pollinated 36 to 55 days. Easy to grow in pots.
Here is the Cherokee Wax Yellow Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. Wax bush beans comprise only about 3% of the total snap bean market, and are grown most predominantly in Canada and eastern Europe. This wax bush bean is excellent as a home garden variety and is beautiful in a three bean salad. We found this variety to be a very productive type with bean pods about 4.5 inches long with a crisp texture that is great for eating fresh. Plants are good producers and only get to 18 inches tall but may reach 2 feet in full direct sun light. This variety in know for it's ability to stays tender when frozen. Open pollinated 36 to 55 days. Easy to grow in pots.
Here is the Cherokee Wax Yellow Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. Wax bush beans comprise only about 3% of the total snap bean market, and are grown most predominantly in Canada and eastern Europe. This wax bush bean is excellent as a home garden variety and is beautiful in a three bean salad. We found this variety to be a very productive type with bean pods about 4.5 inches long with a crisp texture that is great for eating fresh. Plants are good producers and only get to 18 inches tall but may reach 2 feet in full direct sun light. This variety in know for it's ability to stays tender when frozen. Open pollinated 36 to 55 days. Easy to grow in pots.

Cherokee Wax Yellow Bean

Phaseolus vulgaris

Here is the Cherokee Wax Yellow Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. Wax bush beans comprise only about 3% of the total snap bean market, and are grown most predominantly in Canada and eastern Europe. This wax bush bean is excellent as a home garden variety and is beautiful in a three bean salad. We found this variety to be a very productive type with bean pods about 4.5 inches long with a crisp texture that is great for eating fresh. Plants are good producers and only get to 18 inches tall but may reach 2 feet in full direct sun light. This variety in know for it's ability to stays tender when frozen. Open pollinated 36 to 55 days. Easy to grow in pots.

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