Heritage Bean Action — deseronto potato
Posted by Stacey Hubbs on
Hey Seedfolks, Lots of people ask questions about the native heritage varieties of beans that I carry, and then still go with a more standard green snap bean because it's what is familiar to them. Today, I ask that you step outside of your green bean comfort zone and begin to explore a whimsical world of endangered, rare, cultural jewels. Let me introduce some of my bean friends to you so that you can become more familiar with how they roll... Cornhill/Amish Nuttle Bean This bean was named Cornhill by the Seneca and Iroquois, this is apparently one of the...
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