German Wax or Indian Chief

A yellow podded variety of excellent quality the pods remaining a long time in the green state Pkt. 10c. qt. 40c. pk. 2.25 bu. 8.00.

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White Dutch Caseknife

A productive early sort and good either green or dry Pkt. 10c. qt. 40c. pk. 2.00 bu. 7.00.

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Dreers Improved Lima

More Productive than the preceding earlier and of better quality Pkt. 10c. qt. 40c. pk. 2.25 bu. 8.00.

The result of several years careful cultivation of the Old Lima. The distinctive improvements are its earliness remarkable productiveness delicious flavor and the forming of the beans so closely in the pod.

Rather late but more prolific than Large Lima. Pkt. 10 c oz. 80c lb. 50c.

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Giant Podded Pole Lima

The earliest Pole Lima and most productive. Pods hang in large clusters with 4 and 5 big fat buttery beans of finest quality to each pod. Pkt 10c lb 35c.

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Yard Long or Cuban Asparagus

This is a curiosity with dark green foliage and pods growing two feet and upward in length. The pods of such extraordinary length are produced so abundantly as to almost conceal the foliage. Per Pkt 15c pint 50c.

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Mammoth Podded Lima

There are so many new Bush Limas coming out that a grand sort like this is likely to be overlooked. As a rule a bush sort will not produce one-third the crop of a good pole variety and is also greatly inferior in size quality and other respects. This new mammoth podded variety is by far the finest of Limas. It is a great cropper the enormous pods containing 4 5 or 6 beans each which are also very large. Its quality is the best and if you grow Limas this is the best for you to have above all others. Per Pkt 15c pint 50c.

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Golden Wax Flageolet

A new sort of great beauty productiveness and superb quality. The vines are crowded with bunches of handsome pods 7 to 8 inches in length golden yellow round full and fleshy entirely free from strings and of superb quality. Vines grow and bear from early until late. Per Pkt 10c pt. 35C qt. 60c.

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White Seeded Kentucky Wonder

This is the same as Burgers Stringless but it is a good bean under either name. It is a very early and tender variety. Pods are rather small round and straight. Early and bears continuously. Per pkt. 5c. lb. 12c. 1lb 40c. 5lb 1.75 10lb 3.25 25lb. 6.00 50lb. 11.50 100lb. 22.00.

Similar to Kentucky Wonder with white seed. Many market gardeners prefer this to Kentucky Wonder. It produces heavier and is freer from strings. Being white seeded it is valuable for winter use.Pkt. 10c lb. 20c lb. 35c postpaid. E. or F. lb. 30c 10 lbs. 24c lb. 50lbs. 20c. lb.

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McCaslan Pole

One of the best Pole Beans to use as snaps. The seed resembles that of Dutch Caseknife but the pods is shorter and meatier. Dutch Caseknife is fine used as a shell bean for such as succotash. The McCaslan is thrifty and bears well. Per Pkt. 5c. lb 15c. 1lb 45c. 5lb 1.75 10c. 3.25 25lb 6.00 50lb 11.50 100lb. 22.00.

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Dutch Caseknife

This has proven its worth and is one of the most popular white-seeded Pole Beans. It bears a white kidney-shaped Bean rather flat and is one of the best for Winter use. The pod is broad and flat and about as long as a case-knife blade. Early and good for either snap Beans or shelling Per pkt. 5c. lb. 12c 1lb.40c. 5lb. 1.65 10lb. 3.00 25lb 5.50 50lb. 10.50 100lb. 20.00.

A productive early sort and good either green or dry Pkt. 10c. qt. 40c. pk. 2.00 bu. 7.00.

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