Here is the Tendergreen Bush Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. This bush bean variety was was introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. in 1922. It is a stringless snap bean early type and also considered a "cut an come again" kind. The more you pick the more they produce! It was developed as a canning bean at first and then it became very popular in home gardens for there crisp raw salad type bean. Very heavy producer with plants only getting 18 inches tall. Very easy to grow and great for all ages! Open pollinated 60 days from transplanting.
Here is the Tendergreen Bush Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. This bush bean variety was was introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. in 1922. It is a stringless snap bean early type and also considered a "cut an come again" kind. The more you pick the more they produce! It was developed as a canning bean at first and then it became very popular in home gardens for there crisp raw salad type bean. Very heavy producer with plants only getting 18 inches tall. Very easy to grow and great for all ages! Open pollinated 60 days from transplanting.
Here is the Tendergreen Bush Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. This bush bean variety was was introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. in 1922. It is a stringless snap bean early type and also considered a "cut an come again" kind. The more you pick the more they produce! It was developed as a canning bean at first and then it became very popular in home gardens for there crisp raw salad type bean. Very heavy producer with plants only getting 18 inches tall. Very easy to grow and great for all ages! Open pollinated 60 days from transplanting.
Here is the Tendergreen Bush Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. This bush bean variety was was introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. in 1922. It is a stringless snap bean early type and also considered a "cut an come again" kind. The more you pick the more they produce! It was developed as a canning bean at first and then it became very popular in home gardens for there crisp raw salad type bean. Very heavy producer with plants only getting 18 inches tall. Very easy to grow and great for all ages! Open pollinated 60 days from transplanting.

Tendergreen Bush Bean

Phaseolus vulgaris

Here is the Tendergreen Bush Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. This bush bean variety was was introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. in 1922. It is a stringless snap bean early type and also considered a "cut an come again" kind. The more you pick the more they produce! It was developed as a canning bean at first and then it became very popular in home gardens for there crisp raw salad type bean. Very heavy producer with plants only getting 18 inches tall. Very easy to grow and great for all ages! Open pollinated 60 days from transplanting.

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