TEPARY BEAN (Phaseolus acutifolius) (100-120 days)(25 seeds)—Tucson Chris you know who you are and probably remember sharing these seeds with Nancy, Thomas, and I during our time there. You told us that your grandmother at Hopi always cooked them slow with a special herb, which you also provided us. What was the name of the herb again? We love this variety and now it is growing in Kansas! Best to not water these at all as they do better with minimal water. Space these out well when growing as the airflow is necessary to reduce bacterial and fungal damage to the seeds.Tepary beans, domesticated and grown in the Sonoran Desert for thousands of years, are among the most drought and heat tolerant crops in the world, are delicious.
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