Plant: After last frost

Phaseolus vulgaris

25 seeds/pack | 90 days

This pinto bean was developed in North Dakota for short seasons and is known to be a productive bearer of exceptionally tasty dry beans that mature 1-2 weeks earlier than other pintos. The green pods can be eaten young or left to mature and harvest when the pods are dry. The bushy plants will produce runners but generally do not need a trellis.