An heirloom bean that has been stewarded in West Virginia for generations, Logan Giant is praised by our friends Mike Costello and Amy Dawson of Lost Creek Farm for its flavor and versatility. This very productive pole bean variety has large, brown seeds with white frosting pattern on them. It is both great as a snap and dry bean, and folks also use the pods to make leather britches.
To read more about Lou Maiuri who has been stewarding Logan Giant for 60 years, you can read the article written by Mike Costello in the Daily Yonder. Also, tune in to Pickle Shelf Radio Hour-Batch No. 1, Jar No. 4: Obsessions, Love Affairs and Other Seedy Stories to find more about West Virginia’s seed savers.
Our current seed stock was grown by the talented farmers of the Sprouting Farms, Talcott, WV.
Packet has 20 seeds
Jed DeBruin (verified owner) –
These seeds did decently well in my growing environment (Lexington, KY) – I was able to save numerous seeds from this variety.