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Bean - Lima - Butter Pea - Whitfield (Pole) - Organic - (PKT of 50) - Bradshaw Heirloom Collection

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Heirloom. First selected as a rogue off-type from other garden vegetable seeds in 1950 by the late Levis Whitfield of Anderson, SC. This variety was passed on to his son, Donnie Whitfield. Donnie grew them until his death in the 1990’s. Since that time they were preserved in a home freezer until his niece, Deborah, shared them with us. We found them to be very prolific and quite tasty. A running vine type that needs to be trellised. For best results, plant about two feet apart. Organic PKT (50) $3
Price: $3.00

 

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68 days. Small, flat, light green seeded Heirloom. 1943 AAS winner. Small productive bush plants. ½ LB. $5
Price: $5.00

 

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68 days. Small, flat, light green seeded Heirloom. 1943 AAS winner. Small productive bush plants. PKT (150) $2
Price: $2.00

 

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85-90 days. Heirloom also known as the Calico Lima Bean. Introduced to the US in 1840. Long season lima bean which is grown primarily for its beautiful seeds which are light cream color variegated in a deep maroon. Aggresive plants that may reach heights of well over 10 feet and must be trellised. The plants produce an abundance of 4 - 6" pods containing 4 or 5 beans per pod. The beans can be used either shelled or dry and turn a pink-brown color when cooked. The beans have a rich, buttery flavor which is milder than other lima bean varieties. ½ LB. $5
Price: $5.00

 

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85-90 days. Heirloom also known as the Calico Lima Bean. Introduced to the US in 1840. Long season lima bean which is grown primarily for its beautiful seeds which are light cream color variegated in a deep maroon. Aggresive plants that may reach heights of well over 10 feet and must be trellised. The plants produce an abundance of 4 - 6" pods containing 4 or 5 beans per pod. The beans can be used either shelled or dry and turn a pink-brown color when cooked. The beans have a rich, buttery flavor which is milder than other lima bean varieties. PKT (50) $2
Price: $2.00

 

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75 days. Heirloom All America Selection 1945. Widely adapted large seeded bush type variety released by USDA. Well suited for fresh market, canning or freezing. 3-4 plump beans per pod. ½ LB. $5
Price: $5.00

 

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75 days. Heirloom All America Selection 1945. Widely adapted large seeded bush type variety released by USDA. Well suited for fresh market, canning or freezing. 3-4 plump beans per pod. PKT (50) $2
Price: $2.00

 

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65 days. An early maturing Heirloom baby lima for market and home gardens. Very productive for canning and freezing. Pods are 3-4 inches with 3-4 creamy white seeds. Introduced in 1888. ½ LB. $5
Price: $5.00

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