A rare, ancient bean from the Narragansett Indian tribe of Rhode Island. This uniquely shaped, dime-sized bean closely resembles a kernel of corn. This variety was used for succotash -- the iconic indigenous northeastern dish of corn and beans that historians believe was served at the first Thanksgiving. This bean is ideal for the north, particularly on the coast.

 

Minimum Seed Count: 25

Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

Bean, Pole | Succotash | Open Pollinated, Heirloom Seed

SKU: BN136
C$4.00Price
  • All seeds we collect or sell are Open-Pollinated, Pure, Natural, Non-GMO and organic seeds.

    We've sourced from amazing growers such as Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds or Hudson Valley Seed Company, as well as our own One Acre Garden. This has been and will continue to be our guiding principle.

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We grow and blend geeky organic teas to celebrate the geek and nerd in everyone of us and we aim to misbehave by inspiring adventure, with respect for our planet.

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