I’ve been dividing seeds to share. Finding and finding my seeds. I grew these once, (nearly if not) ten years ago.
Testing germination was a first for me. “Sow and see” was more for me. But these are for others. They might be counting on them. So sow and see has a new meaning.
Tiger eye beans are beautiful dried beans that taste akin to pinto. With more depth, as garden-grown food is known to do.
They’re an heirloom, as I try for most of my seeds to be, either officially or simply in age. If you’d like to grow some soup beans, I can’t recommend these enough for flavor, production, and now also I can say longevity of seed vitality. They’re on Seed Savers Exchange.
Seeds=life and there’s something affirming about that.
There really is.