Bush-type Dry and Horticultural Beans

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Appaloosa Bush Dry Bean
Markings like the tail end of an Appaloosa horse.
Arikara Yellow Bush Dry Bean
A very old heirloom predating the European settlement of America. Used as a snap or dry bean.
Black Calypso Bush Dry Bean
Have a nice texture and used as a baking bean.
Bolita Bush Dry Bean
Sweeter, richer tasting, and easier on the stomach than Pinto beans.
Cannellini Bush Dry Bean
Italian heirloom first appeared in America in the early 1800s.
Dark Red Kidney Bush Dry Bean
Excellent in soups, chili or in the classic "Three-bean Salad."
European Soldier Bush Dry Bean
New England heirloom bean is great as a baking or soup bean.
Great Northern Bush Dry Bean
Grows well in Northern climates, hardy and a heavy yielder.
Gross Brother's Vermont Cranberry
Seeds are buff and heavily mottled with cranberry coloring.
Jacob's Cattle Bush Dry Bean
Sweet, meaty, and good as a baking bean.
Kebarika Dry Bush Bean
Beautiful dry beans mottled with various shades and densities of purple. Originated from Kenya, Africa.
Large Purple Kidney (Norberg / Wanda) Bush Dry Bean
Kidney-type beans that are a deep maroonish-purple color, large and meaty.
Montezuma Red Bush Dry Bean
An heirloom popular in California since the mid-1800's.
Navy Bush Dry Bean
An excellent choice for soups and baking. Stays firm even after reheating!
Pinto, Othello - Bush Dry Bean
Primarily grown to maturity and used as a dry bean.
Red Calypso Bush Dry Bean
Nice texture and used as a baking bean.
Steuben Yellow Eye Bush Dry Bean
Beautiful cream colored beans with a yellow over the eye.
Swedish Brown - Bush Dry Bean
Nice nutty flavor for soups or in baked recipes.
Taylor's Dwarf Horticultural Bush Dry Bean
Dates back to the early 1800s. Good fresh or dry.
Tenderpod (Burpee's Tender Pod) Bean
Pods are uniform, meaty, stringless, and medium-green in color.
Tobacco Patch Dry Bush Bean
Plants are sturdy, erect, keeping the four inch pods off of the ground.
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