Seneca Hodson Silverwax bean

$4.00

A nice crisp yellow wax bean that is from the Seneca people of Northeastern United States.  A more rare variety, it is a heavy producer.

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Description

Seneca Hodson Silverwax bean

  • 30 seeds
  • Organic
  • Open Pollinated
  • Distance between plants – 2-4″
  • Distance between rows – 18-24″
  • Full Sun
  • Water every 1-2 days to get started and then every 2 days afterwards (except when heatwave)
  • Maturity – 55-60 days
  • Germination – 4-8 days
  • Hauteur – 18-36″
  • Phaseolus Vulgaris

Plant: 1’’ deep after last frost

Produced on the farm, this yellow wax bean was shared with us from Steven McComber Kahnawake Turtle Island.

Original name is unknown – Indian name is not shared.  In the 1990s Stephen got it from Jiggy Hill in Tuscarora (Friend of Stephen) Jiggy got if from Marjorie Skye Nickname Snooks.  She ran a cornbread factory and she grew it for her cornbread.  And so Stephen draws the parallel that people from 6 Nations like smaller beans in their cornbread.  He had 2 beans but Stephen only took the Hodson.
It’s a bean in the Buffalo Ny area and 6 Nations is near there and Stephen Believes it comes from 6  Tutelo Indian Nation is said to be the original people who had the Original Iroquois Cornbread bean seed came from Sam Green from 6 Nation (Nickname Uncle Sam)

Harvest all summer long when pods are nice and plump.  Leave a few to dry and harvest seeds for next planting season.

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Additional information

Weight 0.016 kg
Dimensions 8.255 × 0.3 × 11.43 cm

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