Beans

Black Turtle Beans

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This variety of bush bean is grown to be dried for winter eating. These easy-to-grow plants are heavy producers of small black beans. Allow them to dry in the field, then winnow the beans clean in the fall for use all winter in soups and casseroles.

$3.50/approximately 50 seeds


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Light Red Kidney Beans

screen-shot-2017-01-10-at-9-34-40-pmThis dried bush bean has a mild flavour. The plants are sturdy and produce well even in cool weather. They are great for use in a variety of recipes. Allow beans to dry down on the plant, then thresh and winnow with a fan before storing them for winter!

$3.50/approximately 50 seeds


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Provider Beans

screen-shot-2017-01-10-at-9-34-27-pmProviders are the standard fresh market variety for green beans. This bush bean is reliable, high-yielding, and forms uniform 5- 6″ pods. The plants tend to produce well, and are adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions.

$3.50/approximately 50 seeds


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Turkey Craw Beans

screen-shot-2017-01-10-at-9-42-35-pmThe Turkey Craw Bean seed got its name in the 1800s when a hunter brought home a turkey and found a mysterious bean in its ‘crop’ (a part of a bird’s digestive system). This unique bean can be found on SlowFood USA’s Ark of Taste due to it’s superior flavour, and it is equally delicious whether eaten fresh or dried! When dried, these beans have a deep buttery flavour, and a meaty texture.

$3.50/approximately 30 seeds


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