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Wild Goose Beans



Wild Goose Beans are the size of a navy bean, and have a tan background with dark brown or black mottlings.

They take 70 days from seed to harvest.

Wild Goose Beans are not the same as "Mostoller Wild Goose Beans."

Cooking Tips

Cook Wild Goose Beans as you would navy beans.

Language Notes

Wild Goose Beans are sometimes called "Canadian Wild Goose Beans," other times they are called "Illinois Wild Goose Beans."

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Also called:

Phaseolus vulgaris 'Wild Goose' (Scientific Name)

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