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Bean - Contender Bush Green Bean  | The Good Seed Company
Bean - Contender Bush Green Bean
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This bush green bean is an early compact plant that requires no staking and does well in our cool climate. A reliable, heavy producing variety with tasty, string-less beans make it a long-time classic. Nitrogen fixing legume. Benefits from bacterial inoculant (included).

Bean - Indian Woman Yellow Bean | The Good Seed Company
Bean - Indian Woman Yellow Shelling Bean
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An excellent shelling bush bean that does well in our climate where summers tend to be cool and short. Yellow, medium-sized beans with great flavor and texture that reliably mature to dryness in a shorter growing season. Now considered a rare heirloom, this bean originated in Mexico & made its way to Sweden before arriving in Montana via a Swedish family in the 1800’s. Nitrogen fixing legume. Benefits from bacterial inoculant.


Bean - Kentucky Wonder Green Bean  | The Good Seed Company
Bean - Kentucky Wonder Green Bean
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This pole bean, aka “Old Homestead,” is a treasured heirloom dating from about 1864. A delicious and prolific green bean with a brown seed and a smooth stringless 7" pod, it has stood the test of time. As a pole bean it does require staking or trellising. Nitrogen fixing legume. Benefits from bacterial inoculant (included).

Bean - Windsor Fava Bean | The Good Seed Company
Bean - Windsor Fava
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A frost-tolerant classic, old world shell bean variety with huge seeds, perfect for high latitude climates. Likes cool weather and is a very dependable yielder. Sweet, meaty beans also known as broad beans. Delicious fresh, dried or processed. Nitrogen fixing legume. Benefits from bacterial inoculant (included).

Russell Lupine | The Good Seed Company
Lupine - Russell
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This hardy perennial is well worth your while. A nitrogen-fixing, easy-to-grow legume that self-sows readily and enjoys cool summers, this tall (30-in) plant provides long-lasting flower spikes in luscious shades of salmon, lavender, blue, orange and lemon beginning in the second year. Bees and butterflies love them. Blue lupines in particular make useful fabric dye. Permaculture, polyculture and homestead garden favorite.
Dwarf Grey Sugar Snow Peas | The Good Seed Company
Pea - Dwarf Grey Sugar Snow
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We love this heirloom, first described in the 1890‘s. Plants are vigorous and prolific, producing beautiful purple flowers and crunchy, sweet, stringless pods you can eat right off the vine. Also wonderful steamed or stir-fried. Nitrogen fixing legume. Benefits from bacterial inoculant (included).

Green Arrow Peas | The Good Seed Company
Pea - Green Arrow
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An old-timer told us about this variety 30 years ago, and while we’ve tried lots of shelling peas since then, we have not found anything better than these. A high yield flavorful shelling pea with strong vines to 28” and masses of 4" pods loaded with peas (11 peas per pod). Nitrogen-fixing legume. Benefits from bacterial inoculant (included).

Sugar Snap Peas | The Good Seed Company
Pea - Sugar Snap
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One of the world’s best snacks right off of the vine and a great hit with kids. These plump sweet peas are eaten pod and all. The vines grow 5-6’ tall and need support. Nitrogen-fixing legume. Benefits from bacterial inoculant (included).

Sweet Pea | The Good Seed Company
Sweet Pea
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One of our absolute favorite heirlooms for the garden! A long-blooming riot of color with exquisite fragrance, it attracts pollinators all summer long. The long-stemmed flowers are ideal for cutting and, as a legume, it naturally fixes nitrogen in the soil. What could be better?

   
 

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