(Phaseolus vulgaris) This delicious old Quebec heirloom bush bean with mustard yellow seeds is used as a soup or baking bean in traditional French-Canadian cookery. A good short-season bean originally grown by the Cantin family of Portneuf, Quebec, it is a local selection of Coco jaune de Chine (China Yellow) mentioned by European seedsmen as early as 1821. Allow 60 days. 12-14 inch bushes should be spaced 10 inches apart. Grown for the Roughwood Seed Collection at Field’s Edge Farm, Lititz, Pennsylvania.