Beans, Pelligrini Pole

Seven Seeds Farm

$ 4.50

Beans, Pelligrini Pole (90 Days) 
Phaseolus vulgaris

Originally an Italian heirloom. In the 1950's, the winemaker Robert Mondavi gave renowned culinary expert and English professor (at the U. of Washington), Angelo Pellegrini a handful of family beans from the old country. "Monachine," as he called them, meant "Little Nuns." Pelligrini grew and saved seed year after year for 50 years in Seattle's climate, it has become perfectly adapted to the conditions of the Pacific Northwest.  Growing with a vining habit, it provides generous yields of smooth round seeds than are a pretty brown and white.  SSF

packet: 1/2 Ounce

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