Vermont Cranberry Bean
65 days. This 300-year-old New England heirloom is probably the most beautiful of all dried beans, whether used as a fresh shell bean at 65 days or dried at 85 days. Vigorous, semi-bush, upright plants loaded with brightly colored, red-splashed, 6-in. pods filled with sweet, oval, succulent, red and pink-streaked beans. Unmatched for reliability, quality and hardiness. Versatile in soups, when baked and in a variety of other uses. Maine grown. Bush.