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.
Grows up to nearly 2 feet tall. Also known as String Bean, Green Bean, and Snap Peas, the Blue Lake Bush Bean (274 variety) is the best tasting “Green Bean” around. The most popular bush bean seed we offer.
Blue Lake Pole vines can grow up to 12 feet long, requiring some kind of growing guidance, such as poles or strings. The oval pods produced are crisp and tender, growing up to 6 inches long.
Up to 53 days. Bean pods are 5 inches long, slender, and very tender. They have a crunchy yet juicy texture. Produces heavy yields. Resists BV, CTV, BPM
Up to 52 days. Pest and frost resistant, Royal Burgundy grows well in chilly conditions, adorned in a deep Tyrian Purple shade that fades to green when cooked. Rich in antioxidents and protein.
Up to 90 days. 10-foot vines are covered in attractive red blossoms borne in clusters. The more you pick, the more they produce. Most should bear pods from late July and cropping of all types can continue until the first frosts, or longer if plants are protected.
The heirloom Contender Bush Bean starts producing a week ahead of most bean varieties. Plant produces 6” - 8” garden green bean seed pods. Tolerates mosaic virus, greasy pod and heat. Contender bush beans are reliable garden seeds and the green beans are very tasty. Contenders are reliable and the green beans are very tasty
54 days. These
golden beans are perfect for all bean applications: canning, grilling, baking,
putting into casseroles, and more! Gold Rush Wax plant will produce 5 to 6 inch
plump pods that are tender and tasty. An ideal yellow wax bean. 5 to 5 ½ inch long, round, straight pods hang in clusters near the main stem, making them easy to harvest. Great tasting and holds quality on the plant for an extended amount of time. A wonderful addition to any garden.
AAS Winner. Up to 58 days. Pods are 6 to 7 inches long. Combines the best qualities of Blue Lake Pole and Kentucky Wonder Pole. Continues to produce until frost if kept well picked.
Up to 58 days. Strong erect plant bears 5 ½ to 6” long stringless pods. Brownish–purple seeds. Outstanding flavor. Heavy yields even in hot weather. Res BV
This plant may take up to 58 days from seed to
harvest. Blue Lake Bush Bean Seeds are recommended by USU. Our best
selling bean, this 18 inch plant bears pods 5 Â½ to 6 Â½ inches long.
Performs well when soil is cool. The bean seeds and fiber are slow to
develop. Its quality is unsurpassed. Res. BV. Certified Organic!
Up to 95 day to maturity. Edamame has been a popular dish in
Chinese cuisine since ancient times, but now the whole world has caught on to
the delicious flavor of a hot bowl of steamed and salted edamame. Edamame is
also a popular addition to salads and soups. As a snack the pods are simmered in salted water until tender and the beans popped out of the pod to be eaten. Can also be shelled and added to stir-fries, or cooked with meats or other vegetables. Approx. 80 seeds/oz.
Hearty in flavor, these 6-inch pods are tender and add freshness to any meal, more commonly known as Snap Peas and Green Beans.
Upright plants bear 7-inch pods. Cooked fresh or as a dry shell bean, they have an unique flavor. Prefers cool weather, plant as early in the spring as possible.
Up to 60 days. The Roma II is a high yielding, widely adapted, bush Roman bean with pods resembling those of the traditional pole Romano. It’s upright bush and concentrated set make mechanical or hand harvesting easy. The Roma II bean seeds and fiber developed provide optimum eating quality over a longer period. Resists BV.
75 days from seed to harvest. These bean pods are 7-8 inches long with large, smooth, delicious seeds, fresh or dried. The plant is vigorous, with heavy yielding vines. Not bothered by most bean or pea diseases.
Up to 54 days. Stringless, smooth beans average 5-6” in length, and are medium green in color. A concentrated set makes for easy picking. Excellent yield potential. Strike is known for its concentrated pod set which allows for heavy harvests that are ideal for processing or freezing.
Up to 54 days. Considered one of the best bush beans for canning and freezing, Topcrop produces 6 to 7-inch pods that are tender and crispy, containing incredible flavor. AAS Winner. A USDA release that is widely adapted. Consistent high yields.
Up to 95 days. Shell Pinto Beans is most notably used in Mexican Cuisine. These hard brown-speckled beans make for great chilis and refried beans. They are easy to grow and have a shelf life of five years.
Up to 50 days. Formerly Burpee Stringless. Crisp pods are 5 to 6 inches long, slightly curved and entirely stringless. Dependable producer, even under adverse conditions! Each plant yields lots of flavorful, dark green, 6-inch, meaty pods that are completely stringless.
Mature in 53 days. Also known commonly as Green Beans, Harvester Bush Beans are a staple to any American meal.
Up to 65 days. Pods are 7 to 9 inches long, meaty and tender, and stringless when young. Versatile culinary applications. Vigorous vine produces a large yield of beans with excellent flavor.
Blue Lake Pole will produce a very high yield of stringless, dark-green, 6 to 7-inch pods that are straight, smooth, and diverse. It will make a great addition to your vegetable garden
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.