Non-Hybrid ''Dry Beans'' Seed Pack 7-Varieties

Non-Hybrid ''Dry Beans'' Seed Pack 7-Varieties
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The Heirloom Dry Beans Pack features the most common, easy-to-grow, nutritious varieties of drying beans available. America was built on beans and America will thrive on beans! Pinto beans are excellent for baked and bbq beans and Mexican refried beans. Black beans are a Tex-Mex favorite and Great Northern White beans are some of the best stew bean you can find. Lima Beans are a southern delicacy, while Fava beans and Garbanzo beans, or Chickpeas are Mediteranian favorites. The Heirloom Dry Beans Pack provides a delicious selection of beans which are 100% heirloom, non-hybrid (open pollinated) and non-GMO (genetically modified). For long-term food storage and sustainability, the Heirloom Dry Beans Pack is your choice.
  • 7 Varieties (detailed seed list below)
  • 740+ Seeds
  • 100% Non-GMO
  • Non-Hybrid Seeds – Plants will continue to product seeds for the next year’s harvest.
  • 100% American Grown
  • Highest SEED COUNT for the money
  • Long Term Shelf Life – Provides up to DOUBLE the shelf-life of other seeds (7+ years) USDA developed moisture reduction method for long-term storage.
Pinto Bean - 2 oz.
Pinto Beans are the most common bean in the United States and northwestern Mexico. Most often eaten whole in broth or mashed and refried or as BBQ beans, Pork and Beans and Chile con Carne. The young pods may also be used as green beans. This type of bean is also referred to as "Cowboy Beans" in Texas
Great Northern White Beans - 2 oz.
Great Northern White Beans (Navy Beans) have a delicate, distinctive flavor, are particularly popular in Britain and the US and are featured in such dishes as baked beans and even pies , as well as in various soups, stews and even chowders. Very flavorful and high in dietary fiber.
Black Turtle Bean - 2 oz.
The small, shiny Black Turtle Bean is especially popular in Latin American cuisine though it can also be found in Cajun and Creole cuisines of South Louisiana and southern Mexican dishes as well. A strong, earthy flavor with a sweet hint of mushroom. Used for soups, side dishes, bean dips, and salads.
Lima Bean - 2 oz.
Lima Beans (Butter Beans) are delicious, creamy and an excellent source of protein and cholesterol-lowering fiber. Lima beans can help you balance blood sugar levels while providing steady, slow-burning energy. Named after the city of Lima in Peru, these beans first appeared 0ver 2000 years ago in the Andes mountains.
Black Eye Pea - 2 oz.
Black-Eyed Peas (Cow Peas) are an very nutritious and flavorful bean popular throughout the South. Rich in vitamin A and Calcium. Small, creamy-white with a black mark at the sprouting point. They have a pleasant savory flavor. They are thinner skinned than most beans, so they cook faster, without the need to presoak.
Fava Bean - 2 oz.
Fava Beans (Broad Beans) have a long tradition of cultivation in Old World farming, being among the most ancient plants in cultivation and also among the easiest to grow. The can be eaten while still young and tender, enabling harvesting to begin as early as the middle of spring. The young leaves of the plant can also be eaten either raw or cooked like spinach.
Garbanzo Bean (Chickpea) - 2 oz.
Garbanzo beans (also known as chickpeas) have a delicious nutlike taste and buttery texture. They provide a good source of protein that can be enjoyed year-round. Chickpeas are high in protein and one of the earliest cultivated vegetables. 7,500-year-old remains have been found in the Middle East. Mature chickpeas can be cooked and eaten cold in salads cooked in stews ground into a flour, fermented to make an alcoholic drink similar to sake. (Japanese wine)
Seed Type: Oz. Count*
Beans: Black Turtle
Beans: Chickpeas
Beans: Fava Broad Windsor
Beans: Great Northern White
Beans: Hendersons Lima
Beans: Kidney
Beans: Pinto
Heirloom Organics Non-Hybrid Seed Packs are the largest quantity of seeds for the money, by count and weight, that can you buy. Our seed packs are designed for big gardens with LOTS of seed for storage. Our seed packs are designed to deliver bulk seed quantity, at wholesale prices, in integrated packs designed for specific environments. Heirloom Organics Seed Packs list seed counts and weights on each pack so you know what you are getting. We don’t use little “packets” like you see in the store, with a pinch of seeds in each envelope. We use substantial amounts of each variety so you have plenty of seed for now and the future. Even for bartering should you need it!
Our seed packs are sold in well-designed, integrated, packs so we can deliver wholesale weights and pricing as well as a good balance of varieties for nutrition, growing environment and storage needs. Each seed pack is specifically designed to support your family’s needs and conditions depending on where you live, how many are in your family/group and what your nutritional and storage needs are. Heirloom Organics Non-Hybrid Seed Packs provide not only the largest quantity of seed for the purchase price, but packaged properly for long term storage as well. Early indicators of seed shortages have emerged.
Heirloom Organics Non-Hybrid Seed Packs are processed for long-term storage, increasing the shelf-life of our seeds by many years. We use the methods developed and approved by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) for processing and packaging seeds for long-term storage. Heirloom Organics is the only supplier of seeds that has studied and implemented these methods developed by the USDA. No other seeds available today incorporate these advanced methods for seed packaging and storage. Heirloom Organics Seed Packs are truly the food source of tomorrow, packaged with advanced storage methods today.
All seeds have on average between 5-7 years shelf life is store under the right conditions. The shelf life varies per the variety of the seed, but each pack is marked with the manufacturer date and expiration date. Each variety of seed has its own natural seed life. On any of the seeds that have been prepared for long term storage we have DOUBLED the natural shelf life of the seeds. For longest storage life, you should store the seeds in a cool and dry place. There are desiccants in the buckets that can be reused if the bucket is opened. You can store seeds in a refrigerator or the freezer or a cool, dry closet. If you freeze them, do not thaw and refreeze. If you do choose to plant them and harvest the seeds, remember that those seeds will keep for however long the natural shelf life is for that variety.

Due to ongoing seed shortages, seed varieties subject to change without notice. Replacements will be as close as possible and will be included in your order documentation. 

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