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These beans have been collected from Northeastern Arizona, where they have been dry farmed by the Hopi Indians for centuries in and around the Three Mesas area near Hotevilla. A high-yielding, pole type plant with white flowers, it produces medium-large pink beans. They can be eaten young as green beans or mature as a dried bean. You can harvest the dried pods throughout the growing season or harvest the whole plants. Generally self-pollinating, but can cross with other plants.
For best germination, beans need warm soil. Plant seeds in spring or with the summer rains about 1" deep and 6" apart. If beans need a trellis, try inter-cropping with beans or sorghum.
What's In The Package: Each package contains approximately 50 seeds/17 g.