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15 Seeds

Coltivation: easy

Seed Saving: beginner

Succotash Thanksgiving Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)

  • Succotash Thanksgiving Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris): Rare, ancient production of the Narrangsett people,  Indian tribe fom Rhode Island. This uniquely shaped and sized bean looks like a grain of corn. This variety was used for “Succotash”, the iconic indigenous corn and bean dish that historians believe was served on the First Thanksgiving. It does not get hurt by cold weather. Climbing habit. Beautiful, very rare, for collectors.


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