Bean Seeds (Bush) - Slenderette

Bean Seeds (Bush) - Slenderette

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Bean Seeds (Bush) - Blue Lake 274 SHOP
Size Price Savings Quantity
1 Ounce $4.79
1/4 Pound $13.69 29% Savings
1 Pound $41.99 ($2.62/ounce) 45% Savings
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  • Improvement on the Blue Lake that is unmatched by any bean
  • Thinner stringless variety
  • Tender, but hold up well when cooking
  • Prefers full sun exposure
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Life Cycle Annual
Planting Season Warm Season
Fruit Size 5 inches long, 5 to 6 beans per pod
Growth Habit Bush, Compact, Upright
Plant Height 24 inches

Flavor Profile Sweet; Slightly Grassy; Delicate and Tender
Plant Characteristics Easy to Grow & Maintain, Fast Growing
Use Container Garden, Culinary, Soil Improvement
Growing Conditions Outdoor
Harvest Advantages Canning, Freezing, High Yielding
Plant Resistance Bean Common Mosaic Virus, Curly Top Virus, Powdery Mildew

About Bean Seeds (Bush) - Slenderette

Phaseolus vulgaris

Seed Type Heirloom Seed, Open Pollinated Seed
Plant Type Determinate, Snap Bean, Stringless

Grow Heirloom Beans - Plant Slenderette Bean Seeds

European chefs agree that Slenderette Bush Bean Seeds produce an excellent, gourmet bean that is highly desirable in French cuisine. The Slenderette Bush Beans' 5 inch pods are slender, stringless and glossy, dark green in color. These bush beans are high yielders and resistant to common bean mosaic, pod mottle and curly top virus. Order your Slenderette Bush Bean Seeds today, and have your dinner party guests saying "c'est bon" later!

Planting Information

Planting Bean Seeds (Bush) - Slenderette

Planting Season Warm Season
Sowing Method Direct Sow
Light Requirement Full Sun
Planting Depth 1 inch
Plant Spacing 4 to 6 inches
Plant Height 24 inches
Water Needs Average
Hardiness Zones 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Days to Maturity 55 days
View our Bean Planting Guide to learn more.


Amount Avg Seed Count
1 Ounce 127
1/4 Pound 508
1 Pound 2,032

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