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Provider Beans



Provider Beans grow on a bush-type bean plant that grows up to 18 inches (45 cm) tall, and delivers high yields.

Provider Beans are grown as a green bean.

It produces stringless, round pods that are 5 to 8 inches (13 to 20 cm) long, with purple beans inside; around 50 days from seed to harvest..

The plant is a pick and come again type.

Provider Beans do well in cool growing conditions, but not so well in hot, dry weather.

Storage Hints

Provider Beans can and freeze well.

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