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  1. McCaslan Bean

    MCCASLAN BEAN (heirloom)

    Pole Bean. HEIRLOOM 1920s Listed in the 1930 DM Ferry seed catalog as "a white seeded pole bean of recent introduction". A vigorous and productive variety. The pods are about 8 inches in length, slightly flattened, fleshy and delicious. 1 oz packet (approx. 80 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  2. Royal Burgundy Bean

    ROYAL BURGUNDY BEAN (51 days)

    In our trials, the purple beans are all among the earliest and heaviest yielders. Royal Burgundy emerges very well under cool conditions, with strong, tall, purple-stemmed plants producing an abundance of light lavender flowers and clusters of round straight, 6" beans. Eaten raw, they are a dark midnight purple, very juicy and crunchy with great flavor. They acquire a deep green color when cooked, much more dramatic than that of most green varieties. 2 oz packet (approx. 200 seeds) Learn More
    $1.50

  3. Dragon Langerie Bean

    DRAGON LANGERIE BEAN (57 days)

    Yellow Bush Bean This Dutch wax bean is unique. It has very pretty purple stripes mottled over creamy yellow pods. Both the yield and the flavor of the flat 5" long bean are remarkably good. The combination of unusual appearance and excellent eating qualities make for a delicious conversation piece. Few varieties in the catalog produce more compliments that this one. 1 oz. Packet (approx. 75 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  4. Jade Bean

    JADE BEAN (57 days)

    Green Bush Bean. Like the gem it is named for, this exquisite bean is a lush green. The plants are strong and erect and typically do not need staking. Beans can be harvested at any point in development without sacrificing color or flavor. I always plant some Jade as an interesting counterpoint to the lighter shaded beans. 2 oz packet (approx. 200 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  5. Envy Soy Bean

    ENVY SOY BEAN (75 days)

    Edamame type. The literal translation of edamame is simply beans on a branch but the term is generally used for Soybeans that are to be eaten fresh rather than processed. Envy is the earliest of these. The two-foot plants produce a heavy yield of bright green beans which can be either shelled or dried. This variety was developed by one of my horticultural idols, E. M. Meader of the University of New Hampshire. The Professor spent quite a bit of time in Asia, early in his career. 75 seeds Learn More
    $1.95

  6. Bush Romano Bean

    BUSH ROMANO BEAN (54 days)

    This bush Romano-type bean continues to be the best of its class year after year. The plants are compact, yield is early, abundant, and extends over a number of weeks. Beans are 6" long, a tad shorter than the pole types, and possess that incomparable Romano flavor. 2 oz packet (approx. 120 seeds) Learn More
    $1.50

  7. PROVIDER BEAN

    PROVIDER BEAN (50 days)

    Green Bush Bean. This is a popular stringless bean in New England. It is reasonably early on plants that are quite compact. Size is 5-6 inches and yield is good. Disease resistance is a strong point. The flavor is different from other green beans and difficult to describe, maybe "beanier". This is our bean of choice for making Dilly Beans. There are a number of strains of Provider, all good, but we think this one, from an Idaho grower, is the best. 2 oz packet (approx. 175 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  8. Fortex Bean

    FORTEX POLE BEAN (60 days)

    Pole Bean. It is finally here!! We have had many of you asking us to offer this variety in our catalog and we now know why, it is an extraordinary French filet bean. Growing to over 10 inches long the delicious round pods have a pronounced nutty bean flavor that can be harvested at any size, small and slender or large and plump. The yields are impressive and long lasting, keeping you picking to the end of the season. We have a feeling these packets are going to fly off the shelf this year so order early. And to all those customers who suggested we carry this bean, Thank you! Learn More
    $1.95

  9. SPECKLED CALICO POLE LIMA (80 days)

    SPECKLED CALICO POLE LIMA (80 days)

    A pole lima bean in a new color scheme, Speckled Calico features large red and white beans, about the size of a quarter. The delicious buttery flavor is retained after freezing, so you'll want a large crop of this one. 2 oz packet (approx. 45 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  10. Vermont Cranberry Bean

    VERMONT CRANBERRY BEAN (85 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1700s Perhaps the most attractive of all dried beans, this variety is also an excellent shell bean. A beloved heirloom in New England since the eighteenth century, the cranberry-red beans are used in soups, for baking, and in a variety of other delicious ways. Semi-bush type. Grown in Maine. (approx. 50 seeds) Learn More
    $1.95

  11. Serengeti Bean

    SERENGETI BEAN (55 days)

    Germ 4-10 days. An outstanding, high yielding fancy french filet bean. Long and lean, smooth medium green colored beans are 6 inches long on strong upright plants. Uniform and attractive pods make a great meal and present beautifully on a plate. 150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  12. Windsor Fava Bean

    WINDSOR FAVA BEAN (75 days)

    Good choice for the North because it can be planted in cool soil, the Fava produces an erect 2 to 3 foot stalk and bean pods form from white and black flowers along its length. Pods can be as long as 10 inches and beans are very large, like an elongated penny. If planted early, harvest will begin in July and last until a frost. Can be planted close, 9 per square foot. We use them like limas. 30-40 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

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