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Swedish Brown - Bush Dry Bean
Swedish Brown - Bush Dry Bean
Swedish Brown - Bush Dry Bean
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Swedish Brown

95 days — 'Swedish Brown' bean plants are compact, reaching about fifteen inches. The pods contain five to seven light brown seeds that have white eyes. Used in  soups or for baked recipes, they deliver a nice nutty flavor.

Originally brought to the upper Mississippi Valley by immigrant settlers from Sweden, it became a very popular variety in Northern Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. It was later recognized, and commercially introduced to gardeners by Northrup, King & Company in about 1890.[1]

Each packet contains one ounce, which is about 65 seeds.

Informational References:
  1. "Beans of New York," U. P. Hedrick, 1931.
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