Seeds: Beans Cherokee Trail of Tears

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Shiny jet-black beans that are harvested fresh or dried. These were the beans carried in the pockets of Cherokee Indians on their tragic forced relocation from North Carolina's Smoky Mountains to Oklahoma in 1838-1839. These are pole beans and can climb up to 8ft or more. You will occasionally get a white bean in the mix. These beans are super easy to grow and can be eaten fresh, dried and stored, or canned to make wonderful bean recipes. All of our plants are grown right here on our farm in Hendricks county without any chemical intervention. Seeds saved from plants grown locally will grow and produce better then plants grown in foreign environments with different soil, weather and moisture then what we have here. All of the seed that we grow and sell are from non-hybrid heirloom varieties that are all non gmo and open pollinated. All of our seed saving work is done by hand without machines so you will get some plant material and chaff in with the seed. All seed packets have been made from recycled magazines. Approximately 25 seeds per packet.

Producer: Heritage Meadows Farm LLC
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