Good Mother Stallard Pole Bean, 1930's Heirloom

$3.45 $3.95 -13% OFF

Good Mother Stallard Pole Bean, 1930's Heirloom

$3.45 $3.95 -13% OFF
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The Seed Exchange - One of the 1,186 beans given to SSE in 1981 by bean collector John Withee of Massachusetts. Named for Carrie Belle Stallard of Wise County, Virginia. This variety dates to at least the 1930s. Maroon beans splashed with white, 5-6 seeds per pod. Wonderful rich meaty flavor, great for soups. Very productive. Pole habit, dry, 85-95 days. ±680 seeds/lb. 

  • Pole bean 
  • Maroon and white beans 
  • Open Pollinated
  • Meaty flavor 
  • Very productive 
  • Dry bean 
  • 85-95 days
  • 50 Seeds per packet

    Instructions - 

    Sow seeds outdoors after danger of frost has passed and soil and air temperatures have warmed. Harvest dry beans when the pods are completely mature and dry.

    Direct Seed 2" apart

    Plant 1" deep

    Support: Trellis, tepee, or fencing

    Full sun 

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