- Botanical Name:Phaseolus lunatus ‘Jackson Wonder A.R.’
- Height:13-20 inches
- Spacing:3-6 inches
- Depth:1-1.5 inches
- Spread:6-8 inches
- Light Required:Full Sun
- Yield:25 pounds shelled/100 foot row
- Size:2 Oz Pkt
- Fruit:Green when immature, but later turn tan with maroon markings.
- Days To Maturity:65 Days
- Germination:6 – 10 Days
- Form:Vegetable, Bean, Lima Bean, Butterpea
- Soil Requirements:Sandy Soil
- Seed Count:135
- Comments:Large, plump beans with buttery flavor. Sets well in hot weather. The traditional butter bean.
- Size:1/2 Lb
One of the most widely grown in the South, it has a proven track record of heat- and drought-tolerance. Its meaty flavor is unique (kind of like a baking bean), making it a favorite of many, especially to put in soups. On the recommended variety list of ten State Extension Services , including all eight growing regions of Texas (which very few varieties of any vegetable can claim). Dwarf habit on 1–1½’ tall plant. Keeps producing all summer long in clusters close to the central stem (so plants never fall over from the weight). Anthracnose resistant. 66 DAYS.