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This page gives instructions on how to buy dry bean seeds heirloom from David's Garden Seeds®.
Dry beans are high in protein, low in fat, easy to grow, and store well for winter consumption. Freshly grown (new crop) dry beans are also quicker cooking and more delicious than the typically old beans from the store. The varieties here provide different eating qualities and all are specifically for dry use. The pods mature nearly all at once and thresh out easily by hand.
Bean Dry Borlotto 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Beautiful cream colored beans with red flecks, can be used as a fresh
shell bean or left on the plant as a dry bean. Vigorous grower, heavy
producer of mild beans that like to take on the flavors of accompanying
ingredients when cooked. Makes a wonderful baked bean as well. Harvest in 70 days.
Bean Dry Cannellini 50 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Also known as "white bean" and kidney bean, these are an excellent plant-based source of protein. They're also rich in various minerals, vitamins, fibers, antioxidants, and other unique plant compounds. These beans may aid weight loss, promote colon health, and moderate blood sugar levels. For fresh shell or dry bean use.
Heavy yields of attractive, white kidney beans. Pods avg. 5
1/2". Large, upright, bush plants keep beans off the ground. Excellent
eating quality both as a shell or dry bean. In spite of its name, it was
bred using traditional breeding methods. Harvest in about 90 days.
Bean Dry Flambo 100 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Brilliant red pods. Pods avg. 5 1/2" and contain attractive, specked beans. For shell beans, harvest when pods turn dark red with a yellow background. Flambo is excellent fresh, frozen, or canned. Also makes a fine dry bean. Darker red pods, and a few days later than Tongue of Fire. Harvest in 90 days.
Bean Dry Midnight Black Turtle Soup 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
For spicy soups, stews, and re-frying. The best variety of this Latin favorite, Midnight Black Turtle Soup Dry Bean is an improved, upright-growing, black bean strain. The tall bush keeps the pods off the ground. Small black beans, about the size of pea beans. Harvest in about 110 days.
Bean Dry Pinto 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Popularized by Mexican dishes, Pinto Beans are high in protein and one of the most popular dried beans on the market. Harvest when the pod is completely dried while still on the vine, or eat green and young as a snap bean. Harvest in about 90 days.
Bean Dry Taylor Horticultural Bean 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Stout, erect, shrubby 24"H plants produce 5-6"L pods with large, oval beans splashed with purplish-red. Very prolific. Delicious as green shelled or dried. USES: Dried, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. Nitrogen-fixer in the soil - chop up plant and work it back into the soil. Harvest in about 95 days.
Bean Dry Vermont Cranberry 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Semi-bush type plant produces good yields of the flavorful bean. This high-quality bean is the most popular bush-type plants. Used fresh or as a dried bean. Excellent for soups and baking. An excellent choice for home gardens. A New England heirloom variety dating back to the 1700s. Harvest in about 60 days.
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All of the variety information on the David's Garden Seeds® website, including the days to
maturity, color and size are based on data from tests done at specific
locations. Many factors, including geographic location, daytime and
nighttime temperatures, the availability of plant nutrients, many unknown climate factors and insects/pest interact to determine a variety's
performance. For information on which varieties will perform best in
your area, we recommend that you contact your local county extension agent or a Master Gardener.
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