Recorded as being grown at the Red River Settlement in Manitoba and then first offered commercially in 1866 by James J. H. Gregory & Sons of Marblehead, Massachusetts. These compact cabbage plants produce 8-10″ slightly elongated.
Introduced in 1893 by Johnson & Stokes Seed Company. Vigorous vines bear round 7-8 pound fruits. Still regarded as one of the very best pie pumpkins. Sweet, pale orange flesh makes a velvety smooth pie.
Yellow Indian Woman Beans were Originally brought to Montana by European immigrants, a rare heirloom that is now found in Native American communities. Under ideal growing conditions, you can go from seed to bean in as little as 65 days.