Phaseolus vulgarisCollected in regions of Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee, this variety’s original source is reported to have been found in a wild turkey’s craw. While highly unlikely, this bean is more so an Easyern Woodland Natibe American type once very common to many nations such as the Miami, Cherokee, and Haudenosaunee. As they mature, the stringless 6" pods enclose attractive brown seeds with tan flecks and brown eye rings. Used as a snap bean or a dry bean; excellent canned or frozen.25 seed minimum per packet. 

Turkey Craw Pole Bean


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