Golden Butterwax Bush Wax Bean. (56 days) Open-pollinated. A white-seeded wax bean impressive for its rich yellow color and straight pods. Extra beany. Introduced by Agway in Resistant to CBMV, NY15, tolerant to ozone damage.
③. Golden Butterwax. 50 to 60 days - The vigorous plants of 'Golden Butterwax' are sturdy and upright producing high yields, over a longer period of time, than most bush-type varieties. The pods are straight, golden-yellow in color, and reach about six inches in length. Seed development in the pod is slow which accounts for the longer fresh harvesting stage.
Cherokee Golden Wax Bush Bean Seeds: (52 Days) Heirloom B right golden y ellow wax pods that grow to in. long. Plant g rows inches high with minimal spread.
Noted for heavy production of top-quality pods. The deep golden color, looks great in a bean salad or mixed with green beans. Bean Seeds (Bush) - Golden Wax: Botanical Name: Phaseolus vulgaris: Life Cycle: Annual: Light Requirement: Full Sun: Planting Season: Warm Season: Plant Type: Determinate, Bush, Wax Snap Bean, Stringless, Compact Upright Habit: Features: Heirloom, Easy to Grow & Maintain, Container Garden: Fruit Size: inches Long, Beans Per Pod: Days to Botanical Name: Phaseolus vulgaris.
Improved Golden Wax is one of the most popular wax beans! Features very high yields on compact, bushy plants. This variety produces string-free, cm (") long beans with a mild buttery flavor.
For a sensational treat, top this rust-resistant variety. DESCRIPTION. Bright yellow"L round, stringless, straight, tender and meaty pods produce white seeds with purple-brown eyes. Delicious buttery flavor!
Early, dependable, erect"H bushes. Let dry at maturity for shelled beans. Golden Wax. Also known as string beans, French beans or green beans, this easy crop is a mainstay of the traditional vegetable garden. They were once commonly called string beans, but most modern varieties don't have strings. Bush varieties are shorter and mature faster than pole varieties, but only produce for 1 - 3 weeks.
Blemish-free, bright yellow pods are stringless, in.
long, with a big, buttery flavor. The perfect choice for the home garden, no matter how small. Grows inches high with minimal spread. Type: Open Pollinated, Heirloom, Warm Season, Latin Name: Phaseolus vulgaris, USDA Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, Reviews: Excellent heavy yielding home garden variety. Seeds white with brown markings on the eyes that resemble 'Soldier' beans. 'Golden Wax Improved' was bred by Rogers Brothers Company of Idaho Falls, Idaho and released in It is a stabilized cross between 'Early Puregold' and 'Top Notch Golden Wax'.