- This variety is excellent for cool soil emergence in early season or cool coastal climates while providing for longer than many bush snap beans giving high yields as it is resistant to NY15 bean mosaic and pod mottle viruses, and is tolerant to powdery mildew.
50-70 days. Provider Bush Bean. Phaseolus vulgaris. Annual. Non-GMO. Provider Bush Beans produce 5-8" rounded pods, low fiber seed pods in clusters with a heavy yield. Pods are widely used in many kinds of recipes. Harvests store well for long periods of time. The Provider bean is a variety of green bean that can be sown earlier than many others, due to its high tolerance of cooler soils and climates. Provider beans can be harvested as soon as just fifty days after being sown. After harvest, these plants are an excellent addition to a compost. ~90 seeds/oz.