Iroquois Skunk Pole Bean
A beautifully patterned Indigenous variety that is early to mature and excellent for growing in northern gardens. This beautiful and prolific variety has been tended and passed down by the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) of the Great Lakes for centuries. Impossibly long vines reach over 6 feet tall and bear an abundance of highly decorative and delicious beans that cook up quickly and have delicious creamy flavor. Can be used as a dry bean or harvested immature for snap beans. Dry beans are splashed with black and white color in endless patterns.