Look no further for your supplier of top quality bean seeds. Mountain Valley Seed Company offers bush and pole bean seeds from garden bean seed packets all the way up to bulk quantities for commercial growers... all at wholesale pricing.

We offer bean seeds in many options including heirloom, treated, non-treated, organic, hybrid and open pollinated.


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Bean Bush Black Valentine Seed
Price: $8.55
Availability: Out of Stock
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00550P -

Black Valentine Bush Bean Planting Seed Phaseolus vulgaris Sow 1 to 2 weeks after average last frost and when temperatures are warm. Also great for early-season planting because of its tolerance to cold soil.  To produce beans all season, sow a new crop every 7 - 14 days up to 60 days before first fall frost. Harvest beans prior to maturity when beans are succulent. Keep beans picked or plants will stop producing. Does not need staking. Height - 6 inches Spacing - 3 to 4 inches...

Organic Blue Lake Bush Bean Seeds
Price: $2.49-$214.18
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-11832P -

Organic Blue Lake Bush Bean Vegetable Garden SeedsPhaseolus vulgaris Provide adequate sunlight and water. Check Blue Lake Bush Beans often, and when the bean-pods are the right tenderness, they are ready for harvest. Great for canning for food storage, eating fresh, or steaming.

Blue Lake Bush Bean Seeds
Price: $1.59-$122.64
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Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00532P -

Blue Lake Bush Bean Planting Seeds Phaseolus Vulgaris The 5 ½ - 6 ½ smooth pale green pods definitely do not lack in flavor. Plant in succession to produce all season, The Blue Lake bush bean is the perfect addition to your vegetable garden. It is easy to grow, requiring less maintenance than pole beans. Great for fresh eating and recommended for canning.  Height - 15 to 20 inchesSpacing - 2 to 3 inchesSpread - 10 inchesGrowth Habit - SpreadingAfter 7 to 8 weeks, the pods are ready for...

Bean - Bush - Blue Lake Bush 274 (treated) treated blue lake bush bean seeds, bush bean height, treated, growing blue lake, bush bean recipes
Price: $8.49-$122.64
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00528P -

Treated Blue Lake Bush Bean Planting SeedsPhaseolus VulgarisThe Blue Lake bush bean is easy to grow, requiring less maintenance than pole beans, even yielding more. This perfect addition to your vegetable garden is great for fresh eating and for canning. After 7 to 8 weeks, the pods are ready for harvesting. Recipe ideas are endless with this diverse vegetable. Height - 15 to 20 inchesSpacing - 2 to 3 inchesSpread - 10 inchesGrowth Habit - SpreadingTreated seeds have been coated with...

Bean Bush California Black Eye Cowpeas Seed
Price: $7.94-$101.20
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00569P -

California Black-Eye Bush Bean Garden Seeds Vigna unguiculata  Also known as Blackeye beans, Cowpeas, Southern peas, Crowder peas, Jhudunga, Barboti Kolai, Alasande, Lobhia, Bura, Chola, Chowla, and Chawali, these plants produce cream-colored or greenish-purple colored pods three to six inches long. They contain fiber, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. They are also high in Vitamins A, C, and B6. Black-eyed peas have been shown to improve heart and brain...

Bean Bush Contender Seed
Price: $7.50-$102.66
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00581P -

Contender Bush Bean Vegetable Garden Seeds Phaseolus vulgaris Also known as Buff Valentine, this annual requires full sun and well-drained soil. Good air circulation around bush bean plants is essential, especially for late shelling or dry type beans, as they are very susceptible to fungal diseases which prevail later in the season. Bush beans are light feeders; compost or well-rotted manures worked into the soil at the time of planting is sufficient. Harvest once the bush beans are...

Bean Bush Harvester Seed
Price: $7.50-$114.07
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00652P -

Harvester Bush Bean SeedsPhaseolus vulgarisBush beans require full sun and well-drained soil. Good air circulation around bush bean plants is essential, especially for late shelling or dry type beans, as they are very susceptible to fungal diseases, which prevail later in the season. Bush beans are light feeders; compost or well-rotted manures worked into the soil at the time of planting is sufficient. Height - 6 inchesSpacing - 3 to 4 inchesDepth - 1 1/2 inchesHabit - vine, spreadingPick...

Bean Bush Harvester treated Seed
Price: $7.50-$56.34
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00648P -

Treated Harvester Bush Bean Seeds Phaseolus vulgarisOther Names: Green bean, Bush beans require full sun and well-drained soil. Good air circulation around bush bean plants is essential, especially for late shelling or dry type beans, as they are very susceptible to fungal diseases, which prevail later in the season. Bush beans are light feeders; compost or well-rotted manures worked into the soil at the time of planting is sufficient. Height - 6 inchesSpacing - 3 to 4 inchesDepth - 1 1/2...

Bean Bush Jade Seed
Price: $2.69-$212.30
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-11971P -

60 days from seed to harvest. This is the original Jade bean now off patent.  The Jade green bean features long, round, straight bean seed pods with excellent color and flavor. Holds color through shipping and storage. A strong, upright bush habit holds pods above the ground which reduces curling and tip rot. Ressists: BV, BRV, CTV.  Approx. 100 seeds/oz.

Bean Bush Jade treated Garden Seed
Price: $10.22-$212.30
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-16016P -

Treated Jade Bush Bean Seeds. 60 days from sowing seeds to bean harvest. This is the original Jade bean now off patent.  The jade green bean featuring long, round, straight pods with excellent color and flavor. Holds color through shipping and storage. A strong, upright bush habit holds pods above the ground which reduces curling and tip rot. Resistant to: BV, BRV, CTV.  Approx. 100 seeds/oz.

Bea Bush Mascotte Garden Seeds
Price: $8.27-$52.40
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Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-16095P -

AAS 2014 Award Winner. The Mascotte Bush Bean is excellent for patio containers, Bloom Master window boxes and small garden spaces. Dwarf upright plants grow 16-18” tall. Beautiful when flowering and easy to harvest. Mascotte beans are crisp extra-fine, uniformly round, completely stringless filet style bean with a medium green color. The seed bean pods are best harvested when they grow are around 6”  long.  Resistance to bean c...

Bean Bush Nash Treated Seed
Price: $5.00
Availability: Discontinued
Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-08160P -

Bean, Bush - Nash Latin Name: Phaseolus vulgaris Other Names: Green bean, Snap bean Type: Heirloom           Description: A high-yielding, stress tolerant main season variety with superior pod style. Suitable for all areas except Florida. Produces 4” – 5 ¾” dark green seed pods. Resists BV. (Available in treated seed only)   Planting Sow Direct seed sow Seeds needed ½ to 1lb per 100 ft row When to sow 1 to 2...

Like peas these amazing bean plants not only give you great harvests of bean pods used hot cold or raw, they will even fix the nitrogen in the soil giving whatever seeds you plant the following year a leg up. Because of this, beans are an ideal crop to rotate with corn or other heavy feeders.

There are two main groups of beans; bush beans and pole beans. Bush beans, such as Blue Lake and Topcrop grow in a bush form and do not require any kind of support. They are start producing earlier and tend to produce beans all at once. While pole beans such as Kentucky Wonder and Scarlett runner need support and need to grow the vines before beginning to produce bean pods although the difference isn’t often very large. Pole beans grown from seed will also continue to produce for a longer period of time. Pole beans can be fun to trellis on a teepee of poles where kids can climb in and pick the beans that hang inside the teepee and adults can also reach in to harvest them as well.

Bean seeds are most often direct planted in the garden after the risk of frost. Bean seeds will rot in soil that is too cold.