Succotash Pole Bean

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Succotash Pole Bean

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Magnificent climbing bean whose seed looks like a grain of corn Very dark blue / mauve. Rare variety from the Narragansett First Nations of Rhode Island, USA. Traditionally used for succotash, an indigenous Northeastern dish made from corn and beans, eaten on American Thanksgiving. 95 days.

Sow 15-20 cm apart, outdoors when all risk of frost has passed. Climb the beans on a structure, trellis or fence.

Our seeds are reproducible. You can preserve them and share them around you.

Old and open-pollinated varieties grown naturally in the garden.

Let's take care of life, one seed at a time!