A very nice gentleman at our farmers market had some unique beans I've never seen before. The pods were long and fat, with vivid pink/red streaky colors. They shelled out easily, and the beans were large and brightly colored the same as the pod. They made a good tasting pot of beans with a creamy bean liquor. The beans were big and the shelling went quick, so it didn't take long to shell enough for dinner.
The next week I went back and begged him for some seeds and now I have them. He told me they were very old and not sold commercially anymore. I couldn't find anything by googling them. On the bag he wrote Wochester Shelly. Anybody ever heard of Wochester or Worchester beans? Or is there a better way it should be spelled? We're in Boone NC, if that might help anybody identify it.