Provider Bush Snap Heirloom Bean Seed
50 days. 80 seeds. The Snap Bean, Bush Provider was introduced in the US in 1965 by one Dr. Hoffman of South Carolina. It is a market favorite due to its early high yields and its ability to survive in adverse conditions. This strain is resistant to plant diseases like Mildew and viruses. The bean pods are stringless and uniform with high fibre content and are about 6 inches long. Open pollinated seeds.
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If you are interested in looking at other varieties of heirloom bean seed, see Heirloom Bean Seeds.