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  • Beans- Pole/Red Noodle

    $1.75

    Heirloom

    High-yielding burgundy beans.

    16–20″ long beans are borne in clusters of up to four beans each. Healthy, vigorous plants. Sweet flavor. Burgundy color will fade when cooked. Red seeds. Pole bean; requires trellising.

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  • Bean – Bush, Dragon’s Tongue

    $1.75

    Heirloom

    Unique flashy heirloom.

    Avg. 6–6 1/2″ flat pods are pale yellow with purple streaks. They are tender, sweet, and good in salads or cooked. Purple disappears upon cooking. Tan seeds with dark speckles. Bush bean.

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  • Bush Bean- Valour

    $1.75

    Heirloom

    First purple filet bean.

    “Extra-fine” grade beans are 4–5″ long with straight, slender, bright purple pods. Turns green upon cooking. Medium-size upright plants yield well. High resistance to bean mosaic virus and halo blight. Small, light brown seeds. Bush bean.

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  • Bush Bean- Organic Trilogy Mix

    $1.75

    Heirloom

    A delightful mix of green, yellow and purple bush beans.

    This mix of Provider, Royal Burgundy and Rocdor is perfect for the gardener with limited space. NOTE: Provider will mature first, followed by Rocdor, and then Royal Burgundy. Bush bean. USDA Certified Organic.

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  • Bean – Jacob’s Cattle

    $1.75

    Incredible red and white speckled heirloom.

    Full-flavored bean that holds its shape under long cooking and possesses a rich aroma. Legend has it that it was a gift from Maine’s Passamaquoddy Native Americans to Joseph Clark, the first non-native child born in Lubec, Maine.

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  • Bean – Shelling, Flambo

    $1.75

    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. Bush bean.

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  • Bean – Bush, Amethyst

    $1.75

    Heirloom

    Fanciest purple bean.

    Pods are slightly thinner, straighter, and more attractive than Royal Burgundy. Pods avg. 5–5 1/2″ long and are borne on medium-size, upright plants. Very good flavor raw or cooked. Pods turn green when cooked. High resistance to bean mosaic virus. Tan seeds. Bush bean.

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  • Bean – Lima, King of the Garden

    $1.75

    Introduced in the 1970s, King of the Garden is a favorite that produces 4-6 in. pods with cream-colored seeds. This vigorous, vine-type lima bean variety clings well to poles and does not require staking to grow. It sets pods from the very bottom of the vine and will bear beans until frost. The large beans are good for freezing, canning and eating fresh. For best results, sow lima bean seeds in rich, sandy, well-drained soil after all danger of frost has passed. Space seeds about 4 in. apart in rows that are 30 inches apart.

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