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blue ribbon pole bean seed

Posted by gardengirl_2010 tn (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 15, 10 at 16:42

does anyone know where I might get blue ribbon pole bean seeds? It's grown in tn, ky and nc, but is rare to get.

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RE: blue ribbon pole bean seed

I had to look this up to be sure my memory was correct. Sandhill carries a bean named Blue Ribbon but it is a bush variety. Are you sure the bean you are looking for is a pole type?



RE: blue ribbon pole bean seed

There is a woman who sells seeds on Ebay under Blue Ribbon Tomatoes. She sells a bean called Mary Moore Greasy Beans--a Kentucky heirloom pole bean. Could this possibly be what you are making reference to?


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