Heirloom Bean ‘Rockwell’ Dry Bush Bean

Description

An heirloom from the Coupeville area of Central Whidbey Island in WA. The beans are creamy white with a mottled burgundy spot around the hilum and are great for most dishes but are especially known for making terrific baked beans. A first rate, productive dry bean for our maritime climate. Very rare. 80–90 days.
Care: Plant 3-4″ apart in rows 18-36″ apart in full sun.

Description

An heirloom from the Coupeville area of Central Whidbey Island in WA. The beans are creamy white with a mottled burgundy spot around the hilum and are great for most dishes but are especially known for making terrific baked beans. A first rate, productive dry bean for our maritime climate. Very rare. 80–90 days.
Care: Plant 3-4″ apart in rows 18-36″ apart in full sun.

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