Pole. A rare, ancient bean from the Narragansett Indian tribe of Rhode Island. This uniquely shaped, dime-sized bean closely resembles a kernel of corn. This variety was used for succotash -- the iconic northeastern Indigenous dish of corn and beans that historians believe was served at the first Thanksgiving. This bean is ideal for the north, particularly on the coast.
- Pole Bean
- Full Sun
- Sprouts in 5-8 Days
- Seed Depth: 1/2" to 1"
- Ideal Temperature: 70-80 Degrees F
- Plant Spacing: 6-10"
- Frost Hardy: No
- Phaseolus vulgaris
Growing Tips: Vigorous, long vines need support. Soak seeds overnight and direct seed after last frost. Harvest frequently to keep plants productive.
Availability: In stockMinimum Seed Count: 25
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