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Riggins Stick Pole Green Bean
Riggin's Stick - Pole Green Bean
Riggins Stick Pole Green Bean
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Riggins' Stick Certified Naturally Grown Seed
68 Days (100 to dry stage) — Sent to us by Mark Chappel who told us that his family in Kentucky, on his mother's side (the Riggins), have handed down these beans since before the civil war.

They simply called them "Stick Beans" as tobacco sticks were used as support for the heavy vines to climb on. The stick beans are a favorite and they have a real "beany", almost meaty flavor. Very productive. Very Rare.

Each packet contains one ounce, which is approximately 60 seeds.
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Glad we tried them!
Prolific, early, delicious, and easy to pick. These don't hold on the vine as well as some other beans we've grown, so they need to be picked quickly unless you want shelling beans. A customer came to our market stand eager to buy more of "those beans you had last week", declaring them to be the best beans she had ever eaten. They're not as big or as pretty as some, but she was right-- they are really tasty!
Reviewed by: Rachel Langmaid from Northern Coast Range, Oregon. on 9/8/2012
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