Bean, Inca Pea (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 20 seeds, organic

$2.45

Family:  Legume (Fabaceae)

Annual.  70 days to maturity

(yin/yang bean)  Pole bean, a South American heirloom that grows very well in temperate gardens. A vigorous climber that gets off to a fast start and finishes very early.  Vines are somewhat sparsely leaved yet very prolifically fruited–a few beans planted in rich soil under a good trellis in full sun will produce a surprisingly large amount of beanage!  Pods straight, pointed, flattened, edible as a green bean (not stringy), maturing to a lovely ivory color, usually containing 3 to 5 seeds each.  Seeds are egg shaped, mottled maroon and white in a beany yin/yang pattern), very easy to dehusk to produce the clean dry bean, which cooks up fast.  Mild flavored, these are good in soups and as refrieds.

20 Seeds per Packet, Certified Organically Grown

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