Succotash

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Out of Stock, new crop expected Feb of 2023.

A rare bean originating from the Narragansett tribe of Rhode Island. The dark blue beans resemble kernels of corn in size and shape. Said to be the variety of bean originally used to make succotash, an indigenous dish of corn and beans, but great in any bean dish. Pole habit.

Clear

Additional information

Weight N/A
Seed Type

Conventional

Latin Name:

Phaseolus vulgaris

Plant Type:

Pole

Bean Type:

Dry

Support Needed:

Trellis

Germination:

4-8 days

Maturity:

100 days

Exposure:

Full Sun

Planting Method:

Direct Sow

Planting Depth:

1"

Spacing:

Space seeds 2" apart in the row; rows 3-4' apart

Seed Count:

+/- 34 per ounce; 545 per pound

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