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Bean, Kentucky Wonder Pole

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Pods are oval, thick, gently curved, meaty and tender. Stringless when young.

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HEIRLOOM. Kentucky Wonder is a brown-seeded bean noted for its exceptional flavor and its heavy crops of 9" green pods, borne in clusters. Pods are oval, thick, gently curved, meaty and tender, and they're stringless when young. It's been proven tops for productivity, flavor and wide adaptability; it's delicious fresh, frozen or dried for shell beans. Pole beans yield much longer than bush beans, right up to frost. Plant 4-6" apart at the base of poles, trellis, a fence or our Bean Tower. A 2 oz. seed pack will plant a row of about 20 ft. or 10-16 poles.
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Item#: 61820A
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Product properties

Days To Maturity

65 days

Fruit Size

7-9 inches

Sun

Full Sun

Spread

18 inches

Height

6-9 feet

Sow Method

Direct Sow

Planting Time

Spring, Summer

Sow Time

After Last Frost

Thin

6 inches

Life Cycle

Annual

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  • Days To Maturity
    65 days
    Fruit Size
    7-9 inches
    Sun
    Full Sun
    Spread
    18 inches
    Height
    6-9 feet
    Sow Method
    Direct Sow
    Planting Time
    Spring, Summer
    Sow Time
    After Last Frost
    Thin
    6 inches
    Life Cycle
    Annual