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Old February 10, 2019   #286
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If you haven't mailed the Berta Telaska and watermelon seeds yet, Tormato, could you add a few of the Juan Canary seeds? If it's left the building no worries, it's not as if I don't have enough! Lol
Thanks for all you do!!!!
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Old February 11, 2019   #287
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Juan Canary is added, as it hasn't left the building, yet.


A snowstorm is headed this way for Tuesday into Wednesday, which means I may finish the inventory during that mess, and then post the bean list on Thursday.
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Old February 26, 2019   #288
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I finally have time to start listing beans.


BUSH (part 1)



Bamburger Blaue
Big Kahuna
Bird Egg Blaue
Bizana
Black Nightfall
Black Turtle
Black Valentine
Blooming Prairie
Bountiful
Calypso?/Orca?
Cannellini
Carioca
Carmina
Cherokee Wax
Cline's Potato Patch
Contender
Cranberry Shell
Dapple Grey (3 beans)
Dragon Langerie
Dwarf Taylor
Fa Lan Dou
Flageolet
Granma's Shell
Greencrop (4)
Hutterite
Indian Woman Yellow
Kenearly Yellow Eye
Landreth Stringless
Light Red Kidney
Lofthouse Black Appaloosa
Lofthouse Great Brown
Magnum
Magpie
Maine Yellow Eye
Mary Ison's Bunch
Merveille De Piemonte?
Mexican Red
Minnesota Cranberry
Montezuma Red
Mrociumere
Mrs Marotti's Romano
October
Pencil Pod Black Wax
Peruano
Provence
Provider
Purple Dove
Red Swan
Rio Des Belges
Rolande
Romano Purpiat
Romano Purple
Royal Burgundy
Saint-Espril A Oeil Rouge
Scherenchich
Smith River Super Speckle
Snowcap
Tendergreen
Tendergreen Improved
The Pride of Vermont
Thibodeau Du Comte Beauce
Tiger's Eye
Topnotch Golden Wax
Ukranian Red
Vaquero (1)

Vermont Cranberry
Zuni Shalako
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Old February 26, 2019   #289
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BUSH (part 2)


Blue Ribbon
Bobis D'Albenga (3 beans)
Bush Blue Lake 47
Bush Blue Lake 274
Canadian Wild Goose
Canario (1)
Candy
Crockett
Derby
Dulcina
Earliserve
Early Bush Italian
Eureka
E-Z Pick
Fantastic Filet
French Filet
Fort Portal Jade (1)
Furano
Gaucho (2)
Gold Rush
Gourmet Green
Harvester
Heavy Harvest
Heavy Hitter
Heavyweight II
Imperial Pinto
Italian Rose (1)
Jacob's Cattle
Jade (1 bean)
Jade II
Koronis Purple
Lavender Bush
Lofthouse Landrace Pintos (3)
Mandan Black
Maxi (1)
Maxibel
Mayacoba (4)
Migliorucci
Nickel
Oma's Speckled
Pink Podded Burgundy Bolitas
Purple Queen (3)
Rancor (2)
Raquel (1)
Roma II
Romano Gold
Royalty Purple Podded
Slenderette
Swedish Brown
Tenderette
Tenderpick
Top Crop
Triomphe de Farcy (1)
Ukranian Comrades
Velour
White Rice
Woods Mountain Crazy


pole beans, next...
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Old February 28, 2019   #290
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POLE


Aunt Jean's
Badda di Polizzi Blanda Long Seeded
Barnes Mountain
Bill Ellis Footlong
Blue Lake FM-1
Blue Lake Stringless
Borlotto Solista
Britta's Foot Long
Corky (1 bean)
Dow Purple Pod
Doyce Chambers Greasy Cutshort
Early Riser (1)

Flagg
Golden Gate
Gold Marie
Granma Roberts Purple Pole
Granny
Habellones Regal
Hashuli Brown & White
Hazzard Fall
Helda
Hill Family
Ideal Market (2)
Jaunita Smith
Jembo Polish (1)
Kentucky Blue
Kentucky Wonder
Kentucky Wonder White Seeded
Lazy Housewife
Lazy Wife Greasy
Limka
Lino's Italian
Little White Greasy Cutshort
Malibu
Margaret Best Cutshort
McCaslan
Melungeon
Menotume
Musica
North Carolina Long Greasy
Northeaster
Pink Tip Greasy
Polish (2)
Red Eye Fall
Selma Star
Seneca Bird Egg (1)
Snowball Greasy
Square House Pole
Tarbais
Tobacco Worm
White Simpson Greasy
Uzice Speckled Wax
Valley
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Old February 28, 2019   #291
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Alabama #1
Anasazi Pole
Anellino Giallo, black
Anellino Giallo, mottled
Aunt Ada's Italian
Aunt Mary's Meat
Berta Talaska
Beauty Pod
Blue Coco (2)
Blue Marbut
Brown Caseknife
Brown Speckled Greasy
Bosnian
Cherokee Trail of Tears
Clay Bank Fall
Doloff
Emerite
Fanomen
Flor de Mayo
Flynn #4
Forelle Fliederfarben
Frank Barnett Cornfield
Frank Barnett Cutshort
Garrafal Oro
Golden Lima
Gold of Bacau (1)
Good Mother Stallard
Goose
Grape (3)
Greasy
Herrenbohnli
Hopi Pink
Jeminez
Jennings
John's Purple Polish
Kanawake Mohawk
Kwintus
La Vigneronne
Lazy Wife Red Fall
Logan Giant
Lohrey's Special
Maria Zeller
Marvel of Nictaux
Mayflower/Amish Knuttle
Missouri Wonder
Molly's Zebra
Mr Tung
North Carolina Speckled Long Greasy
Or du Rhin
Parshall
Poletschka
Polish (white)
Purple Champion (2)
Purple King
Purple Podded Pole
Ram's Horn
Red Stick
Rio Zape Pole
Roger Newsome
Rose
Seychelles
Sicitalian Black Swamp
Solwezi #2
Succotash
Supermarconi
Swahili Grey
Sylvano's
Tennessee Cutshort
Tennessee Greasy
Tramento di Trebua
Trionfo Violetto
True Red Cranberry
Turkey Craw
Ugandan Bantu
Zelma Zesta
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Old March 1, 2019   #292
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that's a lot of variety of beans!
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Old March 2, 2019   #293
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that's a lot of variety of beans!



And since I owe you a package, start picking varieties from above and below.


The last of the list...


HALF RUNNER (common bean, P. vulgaris)


Black Nightfall
Brocton Horticultural
Dedo's Day/Night
Heirloom White Half Runner
Mountaineer White Half Runner
NT (Non-Tough) Half Runner
Old Joe Clark/Pink Half Runner/Red Peanut
Peregion
Regal Salad NOT
Russian-East German Pea Bean
State Half Runner
Striped Half Runner
White Half Runner


RUNNER (P. coccineus)


Butterbean (2 beans)

Cannellini
Celebration
Chaco Canyon (2010, likely poor or no germination)

Golden Sunshine
Handsome Johnny
Insuk's Wang Kong
Liberty
Lofthouse Landrace
Moonlight
Potato Bean
Scarlet Emperor
Spagna a Grano Bianco (2008, likely poor or no germination)
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Old March 2, 2019   #294
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Okay, here goes: there are quite a few, so edit as necessary -

and, if you need me to minimize / prioritize, I can


Anasazi Pole
Aunt Jean's
Bamberger Blaue
Berta Telaska
Black Nightfall
Borlotto Solista
Brown Caseknife
Cannellini
Dedo's Day/Night
Fantastic Filet
Flynn #4
Frank Barnett Cornfield
French Filet
Furano
Habellones Regal
Hazzard Fall
Heirloom White Half Runner
Helda
Hill Family
Imperial Pinto
Jennings
Limka
Logan Giant
Malibu
Margaret Best Cutshort
Parshall
Pink Podded Burgundy Bolitas
Red Stick
Rio Zape Pole
Smith River Super Speckle
Solwezi #2
Thibodeau du Comte Beauce
Tramento di Trebua
Ukrainian Red
Woods Mountain Crazy
Zuni Shalako


Thank you! Let me know which you want back/ replenished, first...
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Old March 3, 2019   #295
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Just couldn't resist so here are a few to add:
Bamberger Blaue--B
Celebration--runner
Chaco Canyon--runner
Flynn #4--P
Golden Gate--P
Grape--P
Habellones Regal--P
Hashuli Brown & White--P
Jembo Polish--P
Marvel of Nictauz--P
Migliorucci--B
Molly's Zebra--P
Peregion--hr
Purple Dove--hr
Snowball Greasy--P
Solwezi--B

I notice you only have 1 seed of Jade. Will you need more next year? I do have a few seeds I can plant and save.
And if I get the Grape seeds will you need more of them back? And Jembo Polish.

I will also have to send you some postage.
Not a big hurry, I have over a foot of snow on the ground, no planting for a couple of months.
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Old March 3, 2019   #296
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And since I owe you a package, start picking varieties from above and below.
i have no idea about beans...so i would just be picking names at random,i'll be happy with whatever you decide to send!
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Old March 5, 2019   #297
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I’ve researched the varieties of pole, half pole, and runner beans and have added to my possibles list. In no particular order...

Kanawake Mohawk
Roger Newsome
Hopi Pink
Mayflower
Tiger’s Eye
Clay Bank Fall
Dedo’s Day/Night
Granny
Lazy Wife Greasy
Barnes Mountain
Golden Gate (instead of Romano Gold)
Red Eye Fall
Goose
Good Mother Stallard
Molly’s Zebra
Striped Half Runner
Handsome Johnny
Potato Bean
Cannelini (runner)
Doyce Chambers Greasy Cut Short

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Old March 5, 2019   #298
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i have no idea about beans...so i would just be picking names at random,i'll be happy with whatever you decide to send!
Well, we'll need to have a starting point.


Bush beans need no support structure.

Pole beans need a support structure to grow up.

(half-runners sometimes do, and sometimes don't)


Snap beans are for eating the tender green pods.
Dry beans are for shelling out the dry beans, and then cooking.
(shellie beans - I'm not going there with a newbie)
And some varieties are dual or triple purpose, where they can be used as snap, shellie, or dry beans.



I'll be sending bush, pole, and half-runner beans. These will be snap, dry, and wax (yellow) types. That's unless there is some type(s) from the above that you don't wish.


And, just like tomatoes, there are old popular favorites which I'll include.
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Well, we'll need to have a starting point.


Bush beans need no support structure.

Pole beans need a support structure to grow up.

(half-runners sometimes do, and sometimes don't)


Snap beans are for eating the tender green pods.
Dry beans are for shelling out the dry beans, and then cooking.
(shellie beans - I'm not going there with a newbie)
And some varieties are dual or triple purpose, where they can be used as snap, shellie, or dry beans.



I'll be sending bush, pole, and half-runner beans. These will be snap, dry, and wax (yellow) types. That's unless there is some type(s) from the above that you don't wish.


And, just like tomatoes, there are old popular favorites which I'll include.
those sound good!
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Old March 15, 2019   #300
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Package arrived, Thank You!! Can't wait to start growing some of these!

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