Bush bean. This variety is recognized as one of the most dependable early green beans. It is easy to grow, germinates well in cooler soil, adapts to diverse soil and climate conditions, and is disease resistant. It offers an exceptional flavor and is one of the best for freezing and canning. Round, straight pods grow heavily on compact plants, making harvesting a snap. Introduced in 1965 by horticulturist Dr. Hoffman of the U.S. Vegetable Laboratory in South Carolina.
Sow seeds outdoors after danger of frost has passed and soil and air temperatures have warmed. Plant seeds 2” apart at 1” depth, in rows 36-48” apart in full sun.