Pole beans rise above everything else in the garden--sometimes literally--during the summer harvest. Because they grow vertically and have longer vines, these beans produce more yield than their bushy cousins. Pole beans continue to produce beans throughout the growing season, whereas bush beans typically produce beans all at once. This long harvest time can be beneficial for gardeners who want a continuous supply of fresh beans. You can count on our gardening experts to provide pole beans that are vigorous and easy-to-train, so that you'll be set up for a plentiful harvest all season.
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