Anasazi Bush Bean - (Phaseolus vulgaris)

$3.35

The Anasazi Bean is a beautiful maroon and white bean, similar to Jacob's cattle bean.

Identified as one of the few cultivated crops grown by the Anasazi cliff dwellers.

Sweet flavor, meaty and nutty. Our favorite cooking bean.

Full Description

The Anasazi Bean is a beautiful maroon and white bean, similar to Jacob's cattle bean.

Identified as one of the few cultivated crops grown by the Anasazi cliff dwellers.

Sweet flavor, meaty and nutty. Our favorite cooking bean.

Current Stock:
Seed Count Approx 50 seeds per pack Days to Maturity 90-95 days Type Bush
SKU: V1198

Customer Reviews 5 (2 Reviews) Write a Review

You owe it to yourself
5 Stars

If you aren't already growing Anasazi beans you owe it to yourself to start. These are quite simply the best tasting dry beans I've ever grown. As a bonus, once they are up and established they will produce a crop with minimal irrigation- even in the arid SW.

Hard to keep up with!
4 Stars

Tasty green beans. These beans grow SO fast, and they have to be a mix between pole and bush beans despite the name. They climb on anything near them, which was a bit surprising! They produce a lot, we had a hard time keeping up. Last year we gave up, and let the remaining pods ripen, and then dried the beans. Also good!