This genus includes any variety of legume or common bean

Bean and wild bean plants are in the genus Phaseolus. It includes common beans and about 70 plant species, all native to America, that are woody annual and perennial vines. Phaseolus common beans are often categorized by their harvesting stage and uses. The classifications include dry beans, snap beans, and shell beans. Dry beans are seeds that are harvested at complete maturity and dry packaged, snap beans are harvested before the seed development stage when pods are young and tender, and shell (shelled) beans are harvested at maturity for their seeds rather than their pods.

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