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New Mexico Bolitas

  • PC024
  • Phaseolus vulgaris.  Pinkish-beige rounded beans grown for centuries by traditional Hispanics of northern New Mexico in irrigated plots. Faster cooking and richer tasting than pintos. High protein content. High-yielding bean with white flowers.  From our Seed Bank Collection.

    • Origin: High desert, about 5450' elevation
    • Pole bean
    • Early Maturing
    • Approx. 17g/50 seeds per packet.
    • Limit 3 packets.
    • $3.95
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    Brooke Molla
    New Mexico Bolitas

    I don't want to write this review but the germination rate was terrible. I planted two bags of the Bolitas and five plants came up. I will wait before I replant. I don't have much success with seeds from this company. Seeds from other seed providers have a much higher germination rate.

    Jean Anderson

    I haven't had time to grow them yet. I live in Albuquerque and it's still freezing at night.


    They aren't planted yet, it's winter here.

    1970 - Sean Brown
    A reason to look forward.

    I purchased the bean seeds too late in the season to plant. They will be part of my garden next year. I am trialing many bean varieties from all over turtle island to see what will grow well in Illinois. Native seed search seeds are part of my plan to add genetics and diversity to my garden. From our ancestors hands to ours beans and all heirloom seeds connect us to our original grandmother's. Thank you for keeping the lines unbroken.

    James Blackwell
    next summer

    I'll let you know next summer when I plant the seeds.