(Phaseolus vulgaris); Heirloom; Bush bean with runners; Dry bean; Minimum 20 seeds
So as an East Coast heirloom named for the New Hampshire town of Littleton, what is this variety doing on our Midwest seed site? It's simple! Love to Eat - Love to Grow - Grow to Eat - Littleton exemplifies our mantra perfectly. With its large, promisingly plump dry beans how could I resist their allure, especially while dreaming of hearty winter fare ahead? The vines produce 4 foot runners that benefit from something on which they can twine.
Our original seed stock was sourced from a Vermont seed saver.
Beans are similar to but larger than Seneca Stripe.