10 Cherokee Trail of Tears Black Bean Seeds ~ taste of history ~OP Heirloom Seed
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Originally grown by the Cherokee Indians, this pole bean was carried over the “Trail of Tears” from October 1838 in the Smoky Mountains to March 26 1839 in Oklahoma. Over 4000 Cherokee Indians died in the forced winter march. Pods are green with a purplish blush & the seeds are shiny and black. Good for snap or dry beans. The vigorous vines of this prolific pole bean grows to 8 feet+ with an abundance of plump 6-8″ pods containing shiny jet-black bean seeds.