Original Central Mexican golden brown bean. Northern adaptation began in Montana with early Swedish/American settlers. Plants are very well adapted here and cook up a really nice pot of traditional ” frijoles de la hoya.” Simply – Beans cooked in a pot. All pots are one of a kind, hand made in Taos, NM and inside is a scroll with the variety name and history of growers before you. All seeds are organically grown by Lineage Seed founder, Jared Hagood, or a farmer within our lineage.
Hand Thrown Seed Pot & Seeds: Indian Woman Gold Beans
Lineage Seeds seed pots are made from hand-dug, New Mexican, micaceous clay. After being cleaned, the clay is thrown on a wheel and seed pots are formed. The newly made seed pots are then wood fired in a pit atop cottonwood bark and aspen shavings. Once cool and clean, the seed pots are filled with organically grown seeds and a scroll with the variety name and history of growers before you. All seeds are organically grown by Lineage Seed founder, Jared Hagood, or a farmer within our lineage.
Stored at room temperature, the seed can maintain viability anywhere from 3 years to several hundred years. Archeologists have found seed pots in caves and tombs across the world. Every Lineage Seed Pot and the seed that fill them are completely unique.