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(Phaseolus vulgaris); Indigenous heirloom; Pole bean; Dry bean; Minimum 20 seeds
Great Lakes Iroquois cultivated this magnificent bean for centuries before Europeans arrived in the region. It is also identified by Frederick M. Wiseman's Seeds of Renewal Project as an Abenaki native bean. The robust plants are vigorous climbers, easily topping an 8-foot trellis, and highly productive. The dry beans are wonderous to look at, cook quickly and are absolutely delicious - well deserving of a place in your garden and pantry.
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