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Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean Seed , 1/2 lb., Heirloom, Open Pollinated, USA Grown

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Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean Seed , 1/2 lb., Heirloom, Open Pollinated, USA Grown

Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean Seed , 1/2 lb., Heirloom, Open Pollinated, USA Grown

Includes 1/2  lb. Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean Seed

Each Pack Comes With Labeling Including Germination Rate, Test or Packed For Date, Lot Number.

Growing Info Sheet

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Still one of the Most Popular Pole Bean Varieties in the Country

All our seeds are Non GMO

Growing Pole Beans



Growing pole beans allows the gardener to maximize planting space. Planting pole beans also ensures a longer crop period and may yield up to three times as many beans as the bush varieties.  Pole beans will need some type of support such as staking or trellis.  Pole beans can also be planted with corn and used as support for the beans to grow on.  If planting with corn be sure to use block rows in order for corn to properly pollinate, instead of long single rows.






Pole beans need well drained soil and plenty of organic amendment to produce a large crop. Full sun situations are preferable in temperatures that are at least 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Pole beans need a support structure at least 6 feet high and the vines can grow 5 to 10 feet long. Pole beans need at least an inch of water per week and should not be allowed to dry out but also cannot tolerate soggy soils.






Sow the seeds 4 to 8 inches apart in rows that are 24 to 36 inches apart in rows. Push the seeds one inch and lightly brush soil over them. When planting them in hills, sow four to six seeds at even intervals around the hill. Water after planting until the top 2 to 3 inches of soil are damp. Germination should take place in eight to ten days.  Beans need a little help climbing their support structure, especially when young. It is important to get them up off the ground early to prevent rot and loss of blooms. Pole beans need little fertilizer. Fertilizer should be added to the soil before planting pole beans.






Harvesting begins as soon as the pods are full and swollen. Beans should be picked every three to five days to avoid harvesting older beans which can be woody and bitter. A single bean plant can yield several pounds of beans. The pods are best used fresh but they can be lightly blanched and frozen for future use. Consistent harvesting will encourage new flowers and promote longer living vines.



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