Tonawanda Variant 2
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- Midseason seed production, striped pods of varied sizes and qualities including pink and purple stripes. With large leaves and medium length vines it is a good cornfield bean. Variations in seed coat and seed size are typical, ranging from tan to brown, pink to ivory, and lavender.
Year grown: 2013
Location: Zone 5b, near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (1000 feet above sea level)
- Collected from Tonawanda reservation, where Onodowaga Haudenosaunee Chiefs are named according to traditional culture.
- If the colors are separated then the bean will lose its strength according to Onodowaga (Seneca) tradition.
Facts about Tonawanda Variant 2
|History||* Collected from Tonawanda reservation, where Onodowaga Haudenosaunee Chiefs are named according to traditional culture.
|Member code||PA SE P +|
|Vendor||Good Mind Seeds +|