Phaseolus vulgarus

A pole bean variety that got its name from where it first grew, Chester, Vermont. Its name translates to skunk in Mohawk language, and looking at the seeds is a pure explanation, they are black with white patterns. This variety is also known as Flagg & Chester, Skunk bean and Flaff pole.

 It is a very productive dry and green bean that shells and cooks easily.

Standard packet contains approx 25 seeds

Petite packet contains approx 10 seeds

Using Beanflo-Rhizobium bacteria when planting your bean seed is the most cost effective way of putting nitrogen fixing bacteria into your soil, creating healthier soil for a more productive harvest.

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  • Product Code: 212-LS838
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