Garden Types - Created Date : 3.8.2019

Rattlesnake green beans - delicious! (pictured on the left) see how to...

Rattlesnake green beans - delicious! (pictured on the left) see how to...

My family had the best green bean meal for Thanksgiving, but I was wondering why the beans I grew up had a purple stripe on them. I talked about this article and never looked inside. I was at Sweet Organic Solutions and I talked to Donna Faye about them. He asked what they looked like and said they sound like a variety of rattlesnakes. When I came home in my seed box, I checked and the seeds I got from him said enough of a rattlesnake on the label. A jar has a jar shelf and sells and sells them with teaspoons or tablespoons with tablespoons. When I got the seeds I wanted green beans and I had never heard of rattlesnake varieties. We loved their taste and will definitely plant it again. I love that these are vine types because my cages are waiting to be covered with something. I'il let you know when I put them back in.

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