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Black Turtle Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

85 - 105 days.    Dry Bean   Originating in Mexico and the Caribbean, the Black Turtle Heirloom Bush Bean is popular with rice and in soups, makes delicious refried beans, refritos, black bean dip. Black Turtle Beans are a great addition to chili or baked dishes, and a favorite in Mexican, Southwestern, or "Tex-Mex" dishes, and also in Cajun or Creole cuisine. 

50 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Broad Windsor Heirloom Open Pollinated Fava Bean

65-75 days.    Snap, Shell, or Dry Bean      Upright, strong, and tall 2-4' plants produce good yields broad, 1" wide pods, 6-8" in length filled with very large beans (often as big as a U.S. Quarter Dollar coin). The Broad Windsor Fava Beans have a flavor that is similar to a blend of limas and peas, but are more nutritious than limas. 

25 Seeds per pack

$2.50
Calypso Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

70 - 90 days.   Dry Bean    Calypso bush bean is a good baking bean with similar texture to Yellow Eye. Plants grow to about 15" tall and have blue and white seeds that dry to black and white. 4 to 5 seeds per pod. 

50 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Christmas Lima Heirloom Open Pollinated Pole Bean

75-100 days.     Shell or Dry Bean      An Heirloom dating back to 1840. The Christmas Lima Heirloom Pole Bean is a beautiful large, U.S. Quarter Dollar sized white bean with deep red unique markings. Can be used green or dried. 

25 Seeds per pack

$2.25
Dutch Brown Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Dry Bean

83 - 90 days.   Dry Bean     Dutch Brown is a popular old Pennsylvania Dutch variety that is excellant for baking, broiling, soups, and stews. Compact bush-type plants bear high yields.

50 Seeds per pack

$2.50
Fordhook 242 Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Lima Bean

70-75 days.     Shell or Dry Bean      This popular lima bean sports broad, thick 1-1¼" wide pods, 3½-4" in length, with 3-4 large, thick, plump, oval, greenish-white seeds each, on 16-20" plants. 

25 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Great Northern Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Dry Bean

65-90 days.     Dry Bean    Obtained from a Hidatsa Indian, Son of Star, by Oscar H. Will in the early 1880s, this heirloom bean seed is a long-time staple for soups and baked beans. 

50 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Henderson's Black Valentine Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

48-70 days.    Dry or Snap Bean    The Henderson Black Valentine Heirloom Bean dates back to 1897, when introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. by crossing "Pencil-Pod Black Wax" and "Black Valentine". Kidney-type bean, tall spreading "half-runner" type, 16-36" plants produce dark green, slender, 6 - 6 ½" pods, with lovely jet black seeds. 

50 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Henderson's Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Lima Bean

60-75 days.     Shell or Dry Bean      One of the most famous lima beans, introduced in 1888 by Peter Henderson & Co. Henderson's Bush Heirloom Lima Bean is an excellent baby lima, smooth and with delicate, buttery flavor. 

25 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Holy Spirit Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

75-100 days.  Dry Bean    A popular New England heirloom bean dating back pre-1800s, named for its maroon markings surrounding the hilum or "eye" of the bean, resembling the Holy Spirit or an 18th century European Soldier. 

50 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Jacob's Cattle Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

80 - 100 days.   Dry Bean   A popular New England favorite with legendary Native American roots. As the tale goes the Jacob's Cattle Bush Bean was given by Maine's Passamaqouddy Indians as a gift to Joseph Clark, the first white child born in Lubec, Maine. 

50 Seeds per pack

$2.50
Dark Red Kidney Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

90-100 days    Dry Bean    Red kidney beans originated in Peru, where Indian traders introduced them to Central and South America, and Spanish explorers later brought them back with them to Europe upon returning from voyages to the Americas. 

50 Seeds per pack

$2.50
Light Red Kidney Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

109 days.  Dry Bean       Light Red Kidney Beans are very similar to dark red kidneys except for the lighter color. Light Reds are an excellent baking bean and add variation and color to baked beans. 

50 Seeds per pack

$2.50
King of the Garden Heirloom Open Pollinated Pole Lima Bean

80-90 days.     Dry Bean      Very productive, especially for a lima. The King of the Garden HeirloomLimas are a pole bean variety, producing huge beans, smooth and flat, with a delicious, honey-like flavor. Great variety for shelling or freezing. Lots of 5-7" pods, with 4-6 beans ea.

25 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Navy Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

85-100 days    Dry Bean    The most widely known bean among the white bean types, the Navy Bush Bean takes its name from the fact that since the mid-1800s this bean has been a staple food for the U.S. Navy. 

50 Seeds per pack

$2.50
October Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

85 - 90 days.    Dry Bean    A Native American bean variety which dates back to the 1830s, grown by the Cherchei Nation in Tennessee. 

50 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Pinto Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

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85-95 days.    Dry or Shell Bean    A popular bean in the Southwest and Mexican cooking. Very flavorful and smells great when cooking. Pinto Bush Bean plants are half-runner type, reaching about 20", producing lots of 4½-6½" pods borne near the crown of the plants. 

50 Seeds per pack

$1.99

61-80 days.    Dry Bean    A medium sized white bean with a burgundy design like a monstrance around the hilum (which looks like a white Host, the Blessed Sacrament). As far as we know, we are the only company in the U.S. that offers this bean! 

50 Seeds per pack

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Scarlet Runner Heirloom Open Pollinated Runner Bean

65 - 90 days.   Snap, Shell or Dry Bean  Scarlet Runner Bean is an old heirloom variety that likes cool weather. They have runners or vines that grow from 6 to 18 feet long and have brilliant scarlet orange flowers. 

25 Seeds per pack

$2.25
Small Red Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

95 days.  Dry Bean  Small Red has a distinctive spicy flavor and is the best bean for chili. These beans are preferred in soups, stews, salads, and creole dishes because they hold their shape and texture during cooking. 

50 Seeds per pack

$2.50
Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

52-68 days.    Dry Bean    Dating back to the 1800s, the Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Heirloom Bush Bean is a favorite old-time bean brought to the U.S. from Italy, a true heirloom. 

50 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Tiger's Eye Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

80 - 90 days.    Dry or Shell Bean    The Tiger's Eye is similar in taste to the Pinto bean but is creamier in texture with very tender skins that almost disappear when cooked. 

50 Seeds per pack

$1.99
Vermont Cranberry Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Bean

75 - 98 days.  Dry Bean    A popular New England heirloom bean, dating back to the 1800s, the Vermont Cranberry Heirloom Bean is as lovely as it is delicious. Sweet in favor, high yielding, hardy and reliable; a great staple for the pantry! 

50 Seeds per pack

$2.50
White Dixie Butterpea (Baby Lima) Heirloom Open Pollinated Bush Lima Bean

75 days.     Shell or Dry Bean      White Dixie Butterpea's are small white limas that will melt in your mouth. Pods are 5" long and have 3 to 4 beans per pod. 

50 Seeds per pack

$1.99
 

We thank you for visiting our site, and hope you will be pleased with your purchase. We strive to bring you the highest quality heirloom and open-pollinated garden vegetable seeds, non-hybrid, non-genetically modified (non-GMO), and completely untreated with unhealthy chemicals. That is our pledge to you our valued customer, we will never knowingly buy or sell genetically modified (GMO) or hybrid seeds. We work very hard to ensure that you can have confidence knowing that the seeds your heirloom open-pollinated plants create will give you the same heirloom open-pollinated vegetable variety next season (when given proper isolation from cross-pollination of course!), and that they will be pure, healthy vegetable garden seeds! Happy Gardening!