65 days - (Pole/Climbing Habit)
This variety was for many years in the possession of the McCasland family in Georgia and on the death of Mr. McCasland the stock seed was turned over to H.G. Hastings Seed Company of Georgia who first offered the seed for sale in 1912. Over the many years of popular usage the name became shortened from McCasland to McCaslan
This old Southern favorite, McCaslan has a very delicious taste
that our family has loved for generations and is one of my
favorites for canning.
A white seeded bean that is good as a stringless snap bean and is also good for dry shell or green shell bean use. A very productive bean having slightly flattened pods about 7-8 inches in length and if kept picked vines will produce
all season long.