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Cannellini Dry Beans

Cannellini Dry Bean 50 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.23

Cannellini Dry Bean is our only non-heirloom variety.  For fresh shell or dry bean use. We offer the variety "Gentec 401." Heavy yields of attractive, white kidney beans. Pods average 5 and 1/2 inches. 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.


Flambo Bean Dry 100 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.23

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.


Midnight Black Turtle Soup Dry Bean

Midnight Black Turtle Soup Dry Bean 100 Heirloom Seeds

$3.23

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.


Pinto Dry Bean

Pinto Dry Bean 100 Heirloom Seeds

3.23

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.


Tongue of Fire Dry Bean

Tongue of Fire Dry Bean 100 Heirloom Seeds

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Tongue of Fire Dry Bean is a market stand out with striking red-streaked pods. The fresh shell beans are large and round. The 6 to 7 inch stringless pods can be eaten and marketed young as snap beans. These Italian beans retain their flavor whether fresh, frozen, or canned. Original stock seeds collected at the southern tip of South America, in Tierra del Fuego.  Harvest in about 104 days.


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