Hidatsa Red Bean
80-100 days for dry beans. Bush Bean
Semi-vining, this productive bush plant will climb to three feet if given support. Produces dark red, beans very similar to the kidney bean, for use in chili, refried beans, and humus.
Also called Hidatsa Indian Red, this variety was originally grown by the Hidatsa tribe in the Missouri River Valley of North Dakota
Contains 25 heirloom seeds
*NEW ARRIVAL* for 2021
Sprouted during a semi flood of a spring and survived the drought of summer.
While the plants didn’t get very big and produced ironically the same number of viable seeds as I bought. Given this year’s circumstances it’s my best bean! Will be ordering more for next year.