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Wood Mountain Crazy Bean

Posted by ispahan 6a Chicago (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 7, 11 at 10:12

Hi all,

Forgive me that I am posting this here. I know there is a Legume Exchange section above, but it does not seem to get much traffic. I am interested in growing a few plants of Wood Mountain Crazy Bean next year but I am having trouble finding seeds. If anyone has small quantity (10-15 seeds max) of extras they wouldn't mind sharing, I would be happy to trade for any of the following:

Soissons Vert
Giant Red Tarka
Tennessee Cutshort
Bosnian Pole

All of these varieties were grown by me this year and freshly collected earlier this fall. The first three I highly recommend as outstanding, productive, delicious beans. In fact, Tennessee Cutshort will be my main crop snap next year. It is that good.

Bosnian Pole is a delicious snap, but I recommend it only be grown in areas with cooler summers. This one sulks in temperature much above 85 degrees or so. If you have the conditions for it, however, the flavor and texture are definitely worth it! :-)

Thanks for your help,
Ispahan


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RE: Wood Mountain Crazy Bean

Hi ispahan I have some wood moutain crazy bean seed I will share with you. Contact me by email.
Harry


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RE: Wood Mountain Crazy Bean

Thank you, Harry! Just e-mailed you back.


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