Bean, Pole Dry, 'Annie Jackson'

This beautiful pole bean takes its name from the Canadian gardener who brought it from Russia to southern Manitoba, where it has been maintained since. Vigorous, fast-growing vines produce a prolific set of large, plump, stunning half cream/half burgundy beans. Said by some to be good in its fresh stage, we consider it primarily a dry bean. Very early and excellent as a baking bean. Similar markings to our Calypso, but burgundy instead of black.
90-100 days. UO

Packet: 40 seeds

Product Code: BEA-AJ-pkt

Availability:In stock

Translation missing: en.products.general.options Translation missing: en.products.general.qty Translation missing: en.products.general.qty


Out of stock


Growing Info


Direct seed after the last frost date when the soil has warmed.

Pole beans produce over a long season so multiple sowings are unnecessary.

Note: Beans prefer well-drained soil.




4-6 seeds per linear foot in rows 12" apart. Depending on your trellis system, you may also sow 4-6 seeds around each pole.


5-10 days @ soil temp 65-90F


Full sun to part shade


Low to average. Beans prefer well-drained warm soil with a pH between 6.0-7.0.


Beans prefer warm soils and may rot at lower temperatures. This is particularly true for white-seeded varieties. You love beans. Patience.

To increase yields in areas where beans have not previously been grown, use an inoculant to introduce rhizobia bacteria into the soil.

Pole beans require trellising, fencing, or poles!

Allow pods to dry on plant and pick often.