These are third generation seed from beans I’ve been selecting to thrive under benign neglect. With minimal care, they should keep producing for you until killed by a hard frost. Named “Hope” for the glossy black hide of my first Kerry cow, these misfit seeds are good seed but just didn’t make the grade for my breeding program. They may be an off color, shape, or size, or some combination thereof. Ten seeds per packet to get you started with your own bean patch. Pay what you can, because I believe in sharing seeds.
Plant one quarter inch deep in warm soil after all danger of frost has passed and water them in. Provide poles or trellis for the plants to climb. Requires full sun.