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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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  • Tankuro Edamame Soybean

    Tankuro Edamame Soybean

    85 day.  Black soybeans are sought after in Japan for their taste and distinctive rich flavor. They are known for having a better taste and sweeter flavor than other varieties.   Minimum of 20 seeds per packet.

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  • True Red Cranberry Bean - Organic

    True Red Cranberry Bean - Organic

    95 days.  One of the oldest beans, True Red Cranberry was grown by the Abenaki Indians in Maine.  It has deep glossy red, round beans that cook up beautifully.  Why not grow a piece of history in you garden?   Minimum of 20 seeds...

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  • Hidatsa Shield Figure Bean

    Hidatsa Shield Figure Bean

    90 days.  From the Hidatsa tribe from the Missouri valley in North Dakota and was described in Buffalo Bird Woman's Garden, this is one of the most beautiful shelling beans.  Pale cream with a gold saddle, it is very distinctive as well as...

    $3.50
  • Kentucky Blue Pole Bean

    Kentucky Blue Pole Bean

    60 days.  This was Grandma Annie's favorite pole bean.  My mother remembers two vegetables from her mother's garden, tomatoes and Kentucky Blue Lake beans.  It was developed from the Kentucky Wonder and Blue Lake Pole beans, and takes on...

    $3.50
  • Sunset Runner Bean

    Sunset Runner Bean

    60-65 days.  With it's unique salmon colored blooms, Sunset is a very different runner bean.  With it's edible beans, it is a wonderful dual purpose plant, adding beauty to your garden.   Minimum of 10 seeds per packet.

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  • Scarlet Runner Bean Scarlet Runner Bean

    Scarlet Runner Bean

    65 days.  Spectacularly beautiful, the Scarlet runner bean is one of the oldest runner beans known, dating back to the 1700s.  With it's vibrant red flowers, it's a striking centerpiece to your vegetable garden, or a beautiful addition to a...

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  • Painted Lady Runner Bean

    Painted Lady Runner Bean

    68 days.  This beautiful runner bean was described back in 1827 by Arribida in Rio de Janiero.  It has amazing, bicolor blooms that are truely spectacular.  Its a beautiful ornamental, but also edible bean, producing beans that can be...

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  • Fordhook Lima Bean

    Fordhook Lima Bean

    75 day.  Huge pods of delicious, tender lima beans grow on bush plants.  This is my favorite lima bean.  It is one of the earliest lima beans, so it is a great choice for northern growers, and it is also really delicious, with huge beans...

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  • Broad Windsor Fava Bean

    Broad Windsor Fava Bean

    65-85 days.  Listed as far back as 1863, the Broad Windsor fava bean is an excellent fava bean.  Planted like peas, in the cool, it produces large pods with 5-7 beans in each.  Fava beans are also excellent at pulling nitrogen into the...

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  • Provider Bush Bean

    Provider Bush Bean

    50 days.  With straight, round, delicious beans, Provider is an excellent bush bean.  The best tasting raw bean, it also is wonderful cooked.  It can be planted earlier than other varieties because it can germinate at lower temperatures...

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  • Roma II Bush Bean

    Roma II Bush Bean

    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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  • Bobis D'Albenga Bush Bean Bobis D'Albenga Bush Bean

    Bobis D'Albenga Bush Bean

    56 days.  A rare and beautiful variegated pod bush snap bean.  Known in Italy for it's excellent flavor, it also performs well in hot conditions.  These beautiful pods turn dark green when cooked, but that is when their wonderful flavor...

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  • Garbanzo (Chickpea) Bean

    Garbanzo (Chickpea) Bean

    65 day.  Garbanzo beans are a staple in Middle Eastern and Indian cooking.  They can be used as a shelling bean or a dry bean.  They are an excellent choice for climates with problems with drought, but they won't do well in extreme...

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  • Pinto Bean - Bulk

    Pinto Bean - Bulk

    90 days.   A wonderful half runner shelling bean.  Traditionally used for refried beans, they cook up smooth and creamy with a great flavor.  They are semi-vining.   Minimum of 500 seeds.   PLANTING...

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  • Great Northern Bush Bean - Bulk

    Great Northern Bush Bean - Bulk

    90 days.  A bush white shelling bean, Great Northern is popular in American cooking.  It is slightly smaller than the cannellini bean with a slight grainy texture and a nutty flavor.   Minimum of 500 seeds.    PLANTING...

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