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Black Turtle Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Black Turtle Bean (out of stock)

(Bush Bean) Among our heaviest yielding dry beans. Black Turtle has short, sprawling vines (no staking required) which bear loads of small black beans. 60-80 seeds (13 grams)

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Baccicia Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Baccicia Bean (out of stock)

(Bush Bean) Beautiful Italian heirloom with tender 6" pods. It's a delicious snap bean, and when fully mature makes a great dry bean as well. Quite rare. 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

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Mennonite Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Mennonite Bean (out of stock)

(Bush Bean) - Small yellow bean, the perfect variety for baked beans. Bush plants are dependable and early maturing. 30-50 seeds (15 g)

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Ruckle Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Ruckle Bean (out of stock)

Large white kidney bean. Creamy and great for soups and baking. A family heirloom originally from Henry and Gwen Ruckle, who were among the earliest settlers on Salt Spring Island, BC. 20-30 seeds (15 g)

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True Red Cranberry Bean - Annapolis Seeds
True Red Cranberry Bean (out of stock)

(Pole bean) Big round beans of the deepest dark red. A very old variety. It was recorded growing in 1700's Maine, although it's almost certainly a northeastern Indigenous variety with roots going back much further than that. Nearly lost, but rediscovered by bean collector John Withee growing on a farm in Steep Falls, Maine. Very productive and dependable. It holds it's shape in soups and chili. 20-30 seeds (15 g)

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Serene Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Serene Bean (out of stock)

(Bush Bean) Large, plump, purple/cream streaked seeds. Perfect dry bean for soups and stews. Rare. Approx. 20-30 seeds (15 g), Limited supply

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Rattlesnake Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Rattlesnake Bean (out of stock)

Long, round and stringless green beans with purple striping. The finest fresh harvest bean at Twisted Brook, and also excels for freezing. Dried down on the vine they make an excellent dry bean. Approx. 30-50 seeds (15 g)

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Black Valentine Bean  - Annapolis Seeds
Black Valentine Bean (out of stock)

New for 2020 - (Bush bean) Tender 6" green pods. This heirloom is delicious in the snap bean stage, and when left to dry to maturity they make a great black bean. Introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. in 1897.

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Wink's Jacob's Cattle Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Wink's Jacob's Cattle Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) A local Nova Scotia strain of the popular Jacob’s Cattle. Grown by a family in West Dalhousie, Annapolis County, for decades. It differs from the common strain in being a slightly smaller bean size and having much more of the dark maroon splotching. Heavy yielding. Thanks to Michelle Wolf (founder of Pumpkin Moon Seeds) for saving these seeds and their story! 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

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Amish Gnuttle Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Amish Gnuttle Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) These pretty, slightly block-shaped small beans are speckled grey and maroon. The plants send out a few short runners and staking is optional. Very high yielding, it’s one of our most productive dry beans. 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

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