Graham County, North Carolina heirloom. Saved by lifetime gardener, Clarence Hooper who received from Claude Hembree, whose family had grown it for over 100 years in Graham and Cherokee Counties.
6-7′ green stemmed plants with red blushing. Moderate to heavy productive branching.
Green Pods. Spineless Pods (with velvety pods). Ridged Pods and Normal Pod Shape.