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Kahnawake Mohawk Bean
Kahnawake Mohawk Bean
Price: $2.00

(Pole Bean) These are among the most beautiful of our dry beans. The large orb-shaped beans are painted with two-shades of earth tones, with a darker shade of brown streaking over the lighter shade. A very heavy producer, this is one of our most productive pole beans. 20-30 seeds (15 grams)

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Cherokee Trail of Tears Pole Bean
Cherokee Trail of Tears Pole Bean
Price: $2.00

(Pole bean) Vigourous vines which bear lots of purple blushed pods, starting green and developing more purple as they mature. Excellent as both a snap bean, and a dry bean. Carried by the Cherokee People during their forced relocation from their Appalachian homeland to Oklahoma in the 1830's. 30-50 seeds (15 g)

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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 (20 grams)

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Aztec Red Kidney Bean (Sold out for 2019)
Aztec Red Kidney Bean (Sold out for 2019)
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) Large, deep brick red kidney beans are some of the largest dry beans I’ve grown. Heavy yields on bush plants. Limited Supply, 20-30 seeds (Approx. 20 grams)
Amish Gnuttle Bean
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 (20 grams)

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Black Turtle Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Black Turtle Bean (out of stock)
Price: $3.00

(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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Ireland Creek Annie Bean
Ireland Creek Annie Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) A very early and productive bush bean. The medium sized yellow beans are a favourite for soups. This bean was named after Ireland Creek Farm in BC’s Fraser Valley, where it has been grown since the 1930’s. 30-50 seeds (20 grams)

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Mrociumere Bean
Mrociumere Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) The speckled purple seeds of this variety are some of the most beautiful I’ve seen. Productive bush plants. A rare heirloom variety from Kenya. 30-50 seeds (20 grams)

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Agate Pinto Bean
Agate Pinto Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) Large, block shaped and slightly flattened pinto beans. Very productive bush plants with some short runners. 30-50 seeds (20 grams)

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Marvel of Nictaux Bean - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Marvel of Nictaux Bean
Price: $3.00

Developed on-farm by Owen Bridge - Large, flat, green pods with purple steaks, with cream and black streaked seeds. Good eaten small as a snap bean, but it's best as a fresh shelling bean or dry. Vigourous climbing vines, and pink blossoms.

In 2007 I grew a row of McGrath’s Africa, a pole bean with big purple pods and cream coloured seeds. A single plant in that row wanted to be a non-conformist, and sent out eye-catching streaked pods and seeds. I saved seed from that plant, and have grown and stabilizing this strain ever since. It still shows a small amount of variation between plants, some are more heavily streaked than others. - 30-50 seeds (15 grams)


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