Has anyone grown Grady Bailly Greasy Cutshort beans?
I may be trading for some Grady Bailly Greasy Cutshort seeds in the near future. Has anyone grown this bean and, if so, can you tell me about flavor, production, temperature tolerance (heat and cold), etc.?
I noticed that Southern Exposure Seed Exchange sold it in their 2009 catalogue and described it as "Heirloom OP 80 days. Highly productive white-seeded greasy bean. Very tender, large seeds." It is also sold in the Sustainable Mountain Agriculture bean catalogue, where it is listed as coming from Polk County, North Carolina and being a good seller among greasy beans.
Just curious to see if anyone here has firsthand experience with this bean.