Bush Dry Bean, Early Warwick (Organic)
Phaseolus vulgaris. Red Speckled. 85 days.
Cool weather tolerant, small bushes loaded with pods. Stocky bushes yield heavy with small round, dark-red mottled beans. Early enough to mature in England, where it is from. Also very reliable here in Oregon. It was usually the first dry bean we would bring to market in the fall, a week or two before most of the others. Currently our favorite bean for chili and great for most bean dishes. Traditionally grown before 1890 in Warwick, England. Preserved by the Heritage Seed Library, England.