Bush Bean Trio :
The Bush Bean Trio, 'Phaseolus vulgaris', is a three-bean "salad" in a packet. This trio of Blue Lake 274, Cherokee Wax, and Purple Queen bush beans is unsurpassed for flavor, productivity, reliability and hardiness. They have a wonderful fresh flavor and are ideal for canning or freezing. They create a colorful combination for creative cooking. The snap bean or bush bean is eaten pod and all, and is one of those vegetables like tomatoes that tastes significantly better when grown at home rather than bought at the grocery store.
Plant in the spring after last average frost date. For all areas, bush beans can be planted in succession to produce beans all season. Seed a new crop every 7 to 14 days for up to 60 days before the last frost. In very hot summer areas, beans should be planted in mid-March. The soil should be well drained and high in organic matter.This packet plants 2-10 foot rows.