This beautiful heirloom variety has historical significance. The Cherokee carried these beans over the Trail of Tears during their forced relocation in 1838–1839. Beans can be eaten fresh when young and tender, or left to dry. The savory, rich black beans hold up well when cooked. Climbing plants can reach up to 8' and produce 6" pods that are streaked with purple. 85 days. Approx. 1,600 seeds/lb.
100 seeds per packet.
One packet will sow a 35' at 3-6" spacing.
Beans cannot be shipped to Idaho.