Dry Shell

  • $5.25–$13.15
    90 Days Black Coco is much larger, oval round and very shiny compared to other black dry beans. Although it is said...
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  • $3.95–$9.95
    85 Days Favored in Latin American and Caribbean cuisine. Vigorous, dwarf, bush-type plants bear heavy yields of...
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  • $4.85–$12.15
    90 Days Unique black and white seeds on a strong, upright 15" plant. Large oval beans are dramatic - half white,...
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  • $4.25–$10.75
    100 Days Also known as 'White Kidney Bean'. Classic Italian white shelling bean with large kidney-shaped seeds....
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  • $5.65–$14.15
    The perfect combination of chili beans all in one packet! This three bean blend of Soldier, Jacob's Cattle and...
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  • $2.25
    90-95 Days New England heirloom dating before 1870. Also known as 'Sulphur Bean'. Early-maturing variety good for...
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  • $6.95–$17.45
    68 Days This dwarf plant is very productive. It yields large amounts of 5" long white...
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  • $4.95–$12.45
    80 Days The pods on this beauty are bright red with some white mottling and are up to 7" long. When beans are...
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  • $4.15–$10.45
    65 Days Also known as 'Chick Pea'. A large tan bean with nut-like flavor which keeps its shape well when cooked....
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  • $5.85–$14.65
    85-95 Days. A family heirloom that has been preserved for generations. The plant has a pole type habit and is very...
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  • $4.95–$12.45
    85 Days Very old variety originally grown by the Mandan Indians of the Dakotas. Excellent baking bean with...
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  • $5.55–$13.95
    85-95 day. Plant this colorful mix of heirloom beans and you'll have a wide variety of types and flavors for all...
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Well-known as a powerhouse of nutrition, beans can also be a foundation for imaginative dishes. Abundant with soluble fiber, they combine well with grains. They are virtually fat-free, have no cholesterol and are a source of vitamins. Their mild flavor makes them perfect partners with spices and herbs.

Harvest shell beans when seeds are fully formed in the pod, but pods are still soft and green. Dry bean pods should be allowed to dry down until brown and brittle.

Seeds sold are intended for planting and not consumption. Color may vary depending on maturity.