While I spend 90% of my time here on fruit-related threads, I'm thankful we have a category for gardening and I'm confident many of you have gardens. Green beans are one of those things that gardeners can be very passionate about. We all tend to think that the bean we grow is the best green bean there is! For me, that's long been a "White McCasslin" for a pole bean and a "Tenderette" for bush. I'm still stuck on the Mcasslin and willing to put it up against any pole bean! But I'm rethinking Tenderette. I've loved it for its extremely high yields- I get more beans per plant than anything I've ever grown. But when it comes to taste, I'm willing to admit it is good but not among the best. So I'm going to try something new this year. I've probably tried 20 different varieties over the year, but I'd like to hear from some of you what you grow and love.
So, what do you think is the best Bush bean out there (of course you can also address pole beans if you wish).