Bean Seeds - Wax Bush - Cherokee


50-58 Days. Non-GMO, heirloom, Open-pollinated. These productive and dependable plants are highly disease resistant and can handle cooler temperatures than most other bush beans. Plants produce light yellow stringless pods that grow to be between 5 and 6 inches long. There is no need to use a support for these plants to flourish; they are a bush plant and can grow on their own. Inner beans are black. They are flavorful with a hint of nuttiness that adds an exciting flavor to many dishes. .

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Growing Cherokee Wax Bush Bean Garden Seeds

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Growing Directions:

These wax bean plants grow upright in a bush, so using a pole or support is not necessary for their growth. Sow seeds in an area with full sun, allowing 3" between each plant and 20" between rows. Cover each seed with about an inch of soil, and make sure to water them consistently to avoid wilt. After 50-58 days, the pods should be ready for harvest. To harvest, take them off the vine individually by grasping both the vine and the pod and snapping them off just above where the pod connects to the vine.


High yielding wax bush bean with a golden pod, and black beans. Matures quickly. Great flavor making for a great choice for home gardens and cooking. About 70 seeds per ounce.

Seeds Per Package:

  • 1 oz - Approximately 70 Seeds
  • 4 oz - Approximately 280 Seeds
  • 1 lb - Approximately # Seeds
  • 5 lb - Approximately # Seeds
  • 25 lb - Approximately # Seeds

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