"Cornhill/Amish Nuttle" Bean Seeds
Named Cornhill by the Seneca and Iroquois, this is apparently one of the Seneca’s oldest and most treasured beans. Also called Amish Nuttle because it was grown by the Amish for many generations as well. Gorgeous little tan seeds are speckled with dark rose. Short and bumpy pods work as snaps when young but it otherwise best used as a baking bean. Pole type, very productive.
(Phaseolus Vulgaris) 20 seeds per package
*Growing instructions included inside each handmade tree-free package (you can also visit the "How to Grow" page for online instructions.
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