(Golden Cranberry, China Yellow) 55/85 days. [~1839. First known as ‘China Yellow.’] Known for its short cooking time, distinctive flavor and its ability to form a thick gravy when baked or boiled. An old favorite, highly respected and much in demand by the mountain folks of North Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee, though less productive than other bush beans. Well-branched, spreading plants with phlox-pink colored flowers. 5 in. long pods, 5 beans/pod. Yellow-tan seeds. Pkt (~76 seeds)

Drying Beans

Please refer to Bean Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 1 oz (28 g) unless otherwise indicated.