This old favorite was introduced by Clemson University in 1947, and won the All-America Selections Award the following year. It’s been a reliable staple in gardens for decades since. Produces heavy yields of beautiful large, yellow, stringless beans on compact and upright plants.
Cherokee Wax beans can be direct-seeded in the garden after all danger of frost has passed, and in successions all summer long. Be sure to plant in full sun. Beans will be ready to harvest in about 58 days. 14 gram packet contains approximately 35 seeds.