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Shawnee Calico Pole Bean
Phaseolus vulgaris
This rare pole bean, also called Pekwa Brown Eye, was found in 1983 under the attic floor of the now demolished 1760s historic Heini Weber house at Weaverland in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. It represents a local survival of Native American foodways acculturated by the Pennsylvania Dutch. Used primarily as a dry bean. 8-to-10-foot vines. Minimum 25
seeds. Germination 98%. Packed for 2024. LOTBW2002-BN018.

Shawnee Calico Pole Bean

SKU: BN018
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