(Phaseolus vulgaris) Seeds were originally obtained from the Arikara
tribe of North Dakota and introduced in Oscar Will’s
Pioneer Indian Collection of seeds (1915). Yellow-tan
seeds with reddish-brown eye rings. Excellent
for use as a baking bean. Prolific plants, good
drought tolerance. Bush habit, dry, 80-90 days.
Green Thumb Tip Sow seeds outdoors after danger of frost has
passed and soil and air temperatures have warmed.
Harvest dry beans when the pods are completely
mature and dry.
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