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Golden Butterwax Bush Wax Bean.

Never do it before because you risk your plant quickly dying.

(56 days) Open-pollinated. A white-seeded wax bean impressive for its rich yellow color and straight pods. Extra beany. Introduced by Agway in Resistant to CBMV, NY15, tolerant to ozone damage. ③. One of our favorite wax beans, Improved Golden Wax bears in. blemish-free, bright yellow, stringless pods with a big, buttery flavor. The bush plants grow in. tall with a minimal spread and don't require staking.

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Produces general crops, so you'll have plenty of colorful beans for eating fresh, canning or shrubhauling.buzz:Improved Golden Wax is one of the most popular wax beans! Features very high yields on compact, bushy plants. This variety produces string-free, cm (") long beans with a mild buttery flavor. For a sensational treat, top this rust-resistant variety with butter or margarine if preferred.

One of the oldest known wax beans, Golden Wax was first introduced sometime around There have been many variations over the years, but Golden Wax was also known as Topnotch or Rustproof Golden Wax.

Golden Wax bean is a bush type plant that produces excellent yields of golden yellow wax beans. Good for northern climates as well as the south/5(49). Golden Butterwax. 50 to 60 days - The vigorous plants of 'Golden Butterwax' are sturdy and upright producing high yields, over a longer period of time, than most bush-type varieties. The pods are straight, golden-yellow in color, and reach about six inches in length.

Seed development in the pod is slow which accounts for the longer fresh.