- Oct 2, 2021
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heirloomgal I know what you mean about getting a celebrity seed request in your mailbox. This past spring the food historian and author of a number of books William Woys Weaver sent me a seed request for the bean Weaver. His name has no connection with the bean but he has researched it's origin.
Weaver Pole BeanPhaseolus vulgarisPole beans have declined in popularity because they require old-style large kitchen gardens. But this super-prolific variety defies the trend. Developed by the now defunct C. H. Weaver Seed Company in Brawley, California, the 10-to-12-foot vines yield masses of...
Apparently he liked them! I have some peas coming from Roughwood this year.