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Beans

Beans are one of the easiest vegetables to grow, a garden staple for most families.  Snap or shelling, bush or pole, there's a bean for every garden!

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  • Northeaster Pole Bean - Organic

    Northeaster Pole Bean - Organic

    56 days. A very early pole snap bean, it produces Roma type beans with flat pods.   Minimum of 40 seeds per packet.    PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:   Planting Depth: 1 inch Plant Spacing: 2-6 inches Row Spacing: 2-3...

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  • Yellow Eye Bush Bean

    Yellow Eye Bush Bean

    These bush shelling beans resemble Hidatsa shield figure beans in appearance. They are from New England and are a great choice for chilis, soups or stews.   Minimum of 40 seeds per packet.  

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  • Lina Sisco's Bird Egg Bean - Organic

    Lina Sisco's Bird Egg Bean - Organic

    85 days. Large tan beans with maroon markings, these beans were originally brought to Missouri in a covered wagon by Lina Sisco's grandmother. Lina was one of the founders of Seed Saver's Exchange, and she brought these beans to...

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  • Flageolet Bush Bean

    Flageolet Bush Bean

    This heirloom French bean is prized for use in casoulet. Called the caviar of beans, it is known for it's delicate flavor and texture. It produces small, pale green beans.   Minimum of 40 seeds per packet.      

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  • Cherokee Wax Bean

    Cherokee Wax Bean

    54 days. An AAS winner, this yellow wax bean is tender and delicious with good yields. It is also a great multi purpose bean producing xcellent black shelling beans.  Plant some for fresh eating and leave some for some...

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  • Roma II Bush Bean - Organic

    Roma II Bush Bean - Organic

    59 days.  Easy to grow and prolific, Roma II is a wonderful Romano bean.  Large, flat, delcious beans cook up beautifully for a real Italian treat.  With bush plants that require no support, this is an easy care, fast and prolific bean...

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  • Tiger's Eye Bush Bean

    Tiger's Eye Bush Bean

    55 days fresh, 80 days dried.  A great multi-purpose bean, it can be eaten fresh or dried.  The beans are a beautiful deep golden color with brown striping.    Minimum of 40 seeds per packet.

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  • Yellow Indian Woman Bean

    Yellow Indian Woman Bean

    90 days.  Not only beautiful, these are really delicious as well.  One of our new favorites, they cook up firm but creamy with a lot of flavor.   Minimum of 40 seeds per packet.  

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  • Painted Pony Bush Bean - Organic

    Painted Pony Bush Bean - Organic

    60 days for snap, 80 days for dry.  A great dual purpose bean.  You can pick it early as a nearly stringless snap bean or leave it to dry for beautiful dry beans.  They are great for soups and chili, retaining their shape when cooked...

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  • Dragon's Tongue Bean - Organic Dragon's Tongue Bean - Organic

    Dragon's Tongue Bean - Organic

    50-65 day.   These are wonderful wax beans.  They are really flavorful and beautiful, pale cream with purple stripes.  That have large, flat beans with a full, wonderful bean flavor.    Minimum of 40 seeds per packet...

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  • Marvel of Venice Pole Bean

    Marvel of Venice Pole Bean

    54 day.  This has become one of my favorite beans.  It is really early, producing lots of delicious, tender, yellow wax beans.  They are beautiful, flat, long beans that are stringless when picked young.   Minimum of 40 seeds per...

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  • Tendergreen Improved Bush Bean

    Tendergreen Improved Bush Bean

    52 days.  Known for it's high yields and heat tolerance, Tendergreen Improved produced well over a long period.  It is also an excellent variety for later season planting.   Heirloom is minimum of 80 seeds per packet.   PLANTING...

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  • Pardina Lentils (Spanish Brown)

    Pardina Lentils (Spanish Brown)

    115 days.  Grown for generations in the Pyrenees region of Spain, these lentils were orignally brought to the United States in 1980.  They hold their shape when cooked and are a delicious addition to soups.  Lentils are a cool climate...

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  • French Green Lentil

    French Green Lentil

    100 days.  With dark green splotches on light green seeds, these lentils are both beautiful and delicious.  Known for its slightly mineral flavor, these French heirloom lentils retain their shape upon cooking and cook slightly faster than other...

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