Green Beans Grown from Potted Plants Bush Blue Lake
This stringless snap bean matures early and offers superior flavor, color, texture and ease of picking. Beans are long and straight. Excellent steamed or used in salads. Originally developed as a canning bean, but it soon grew to be a fresh favorite, too. Its predecessor, Blue Lake pole bean, is an heirloom that has been around since the early 1900s. Bush Blue Lake was developed from Blue Lake pole bean in 1961. Very productive. Produces most of its harvest within a few weeks, leaving time for a second crop or a vacation! Set transplants 8 inches apart.
Two rows 12 inches apart is the most productive per sq. foot.