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Weber's Dinkelbuhn Bean (15 seeds) (WW223) $4.00
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Weber's Dinkelbuhn Bean

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This rare pre-1800 Pennsylvania Dutch pole bean is one of the most productive heirlooms in the Roughwood collection. The “golden oak” color beans are called Dinkelbuhn (spelt bean) because they were traditionally cooked with spelt or ground with spelt flour to make flat breads. The pods ripen a distinctive pink and since the vines are about 6 feet long, this bean was a standard corn hill bean prior to the Civil War. Our original seed came from the Mennonite Weber family at Weberthal (Weaverland) in Eastern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

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