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Bean - Green - State Half Runner (PKT)

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55-60 days. Short, 3' semi-vining plants produce 4" light green, short, flat oval, meaty but stringy pods that have a sweet, bean taste. Popular in the south as a shelling bean but may also be used as a snap or green bean. Excellent for canning or freezing. High yielding, bushy vines do not require staking. Selected by West Virginia University. White seeded. PKT (100) $2
Price: $2.00

Bean - Green - Tendergreen (Bush) - (1/2 LB)

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52 to 54 days. Heirloom introduced in 1922. Tolerant to mosaic. Vines medium large, 18-20" tall, upright with dark green leaves, productive with pods well off the ground. Pods 5-6" long, nearly round, green, tender, stringless with rich flavor. Can or freeze. Dark purple seed mottled with tan. 1/2 LB $7 SOLD OUT
Price: $7.00
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Bean - Green - Tendergreen (Bush) - (PKT of 100)

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52 to 54 days. Heirloom introduced in 1922. Tolerant to mosaic. Vines medium large, 18-20" tall, upright with dark green leaves, productive with pods well off the ground. Pods 5-6" long, nearly round, green, tender, stringless with rich flavor. Can or freeze. Dark purple seed mottled with tan. PKT (100) $2
Price: $2.00

 

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Heirloom. Source: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Newton, Clemson, SC. This bean has a most intriguing history. In 1802 a settler in Kentucky killed a wild turkey. While cleaning the turkey, he discovered two unusual seeds in the gizzard. Curious to see what they might produce he planted them. Very vigorous growing, the turkey gizzard bean should be provided a sturdy trellis and planted early. Large coarse leaves and heavy vines characterize this variety. This bean is well suited to canning and has a tasty nutty flavor when cooked. Attractive marshmallow cream and brown appaloosa pattern seeds are attractive for crafts. PKT (100) $5  SOLD OUT
Price: $5.00
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Heirloom. Source: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Newton, Clemson, SC. This bean has a most intriguing history. In 1802 a settler in Kentucky killed a wild turkey. While cleaning the turkey, he discovered two unusual seeds in the gizzard. Curious to see what they might produce he planted them. Very vigorous growing, the turkey gizzard bean should be provided a sturdy trellis and planted early. Large coarse leaves and heavy vines characterize this variety. This bean is well suited to canning and has a tasty nutty flavor when cooked. Attractive marshmallow cream and brown appaloosa pattern seeds are attractive for crafts. $3 SOLD OUT 
Price: $3.00
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Bean - Lima - Butter Pea - Alabama Speckled Pole (PKT of 50)

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70 days. The first speckled pole butter pea I’ve found. Vigorous plants that reach about ten feet in height and give a tremendous yield of slightly curved, 4” long pods with 3-4 speckled beans. PKT (50)  $3 SOLD OUT
Price: $3.00
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Bean - Lima - Butter Pea - Dixie White Butter Pea (PKT)

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70 days. Heirloom 16-24” bush variety. Does well in hot, dry weather. Early and productive. Delicious, butterbean flavor. Excellent flavor and highly regarded in the South. PKT (100) $2. SOLD OUT
Price: $2.00
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75 days. Excellent Southern variety of butterpea. Produces bushy, vigorous plants that reach about two feet in height and give a tremendous yield of slightly curved, 4” long pods with 3-4 small reddish-brown beans mottled with a darker brown color. Wonderful used fresh or dried.  ½ LB $7
Price: $7.00

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