(Phaseolus vulgaris) Heirloom originating from the Hidatsa Indians located in the Upper Missouri River Valley. Rose red, solid dried bean produced on semi-climbing bush. Dried bean cooks to a beautiful lavender colour. Best used as a dried bean, not eaten fresh. High yields. Hardy. Grows well also in cool areas. 85 days. 50 seeds
HISTORY: The oldest cultivation of climbing beans dates back to a cave in the Peruvian Andes around 6000 years ago.
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