We now offer blackeye peas that are practically a basic food group in the South where Farmer Kathleen grew up.
Haricot Verts are our favorite green bean, and the only one we use in salads. And, these slender beauties are one of our “go to” snacks in the garden.
The red seeds are beautiful in a summer salad. The beans freeze well, but can also be refrigerated for a few days.
These light red Kidney Beans are a good choice for baking and stews due to their mild flavor and flaky texture.
Our mixed shelling beans include Black Turtle, Calypso (Orca), Cherokee Trail of Tears, Dragon Langerie, Hidatsa Red, Kidney, Lina Sisco, Mayflower, Nodak Pinto and Rattlesnake Beans.
Thank you JM for sharing your image with us.
We have been growing organic Rattlesnake Beans every year since we founded our farm because our customers can’t get enough of them.
These silky purple-mottled beans are delicious raw dressed with vinaigrette, as well as in soups.
These sweet tasting succulent peas never fail to delight.
These pale yellow wax snap beans are young and tender.