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Bean Borlotto Lingua di Fuoco - Bush Type (56-6)

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Bean Borlotto Lingua di Fuoco — Tongue of Fire. Bush type shell bean for soups or fresh cooked beans. Plant after soil has warmed up (a week or so before setting out tomatoes). Plant 1 seed 1 inch deep every 2 inches, in rows 12 inches apart. Thin...

Bean Borlotto Lingua di Fuoco - Pole Type (55-5)

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Climbing Boriotto Bean Lingua de Fuoco. (There is also a bush Borlotto Lingua di Fuoco) Red/white pods, tan colored beans with red mottling. Vigorous grower, heavy producer, excellent taste. Use as fresh shell beans although you can allow them to grow...

Bean Borlotto of Vigevano (56-12)

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Bean Borlotto of Vigevano. Classic bush borlotto bean for fresh cooked shell beans, soups. 70 days. Plant 1 seed 1-2 inch deep every 2 inches after soil has warmed up in rows 12 inches apart. Harvest when beans are plump & full. Succession plant for...

Bean Borlotto Stregonta - Climbing (55-27)

$10.00
THIS IS THE CLIMBING VARIETY OF STREGONTA. Shell Bean. Climbing type. Bright Red/white pods, cream colored beans with red flecks. Earlier to mature than most. Vigorous grower, heavy producer, excellent taste. Use as fresh shell beans although you can...

Bean Cannellino (56-7)

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Cannelini Bean - Cannellino. Small white beans for soups & stews. Bush. Easy to grow. 65 or so days. You can pick them small and use as a fresh bean if you wish. Plant after soil has warmed up well. One seed every two inches @ 3/4 inch deep. Space...

Bean La Victoire (59-42)

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Bean La Victoire. Bush type intense green French bean. 50-55 days. Beautiful, slim, tasty, very dark green bean; slimmer and darker green than Boby Bianco. Good producer. Pick when no thicker than a pencil for best eating quality and to encourage more...

Bean Marconi Green Bush (59-41)

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Green Bean Marconi. Green Roma bush type bean. 55 days. Good production on upright plant. Very crisp & tasty Roma type beans. Pick when small. Succession plant every three weeks for continuous harvest. Plant 1 seed 1-2 inches deep every 2 inches...

Bean Meraviglia di Venezia (58-5)

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Climbing French Bean - Meraviglia di Venezia.  The "100 gram" packet is actually 170 grams,  PRICED AT $6.95. Vigorous plant, heavy producer of up to 10 inch meaty light yellow roma type beans. White seed. No strings & good flavor. The bean...

Bean Mereville di Piemonte (60-25)

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Bush snap bean. 58 or so days. Vigorous plant with heavy foliage produces slightly curved beans, 5-7 inches long, with yellow pods streaked with violet . Beans turn solid yellow when cooked. Productive. Excellent taste. 35 gram packet. Approx. 100 seeds...

Bean Rocquencourt (60-23)

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Bean Rocquencourt. Yellow bush French bean named for the farming village of Rocquencourt near Versailles in France. It has been grown commercially since at least the 1930s and it remains popular throughout Europe. It has a smooth, buttery taste and stays...

Bean Santa Anna (57-4)

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Santa Anna. Deep green pole French type bean. Excellent taste. Pick when no thicker than a pencil. Good producer over a long period; keep picked to encourage continued production. Plant after soil has warmed up well (a week or so before setting out...

Bean Slenderette (59-76)

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Bush type intense green bean. 50-55 days. Slim, tasty, very dark green bean. Good producer. Pick when no thicker than a pencil for best eating quality and to encourage more production. A SMALLER PACKET OF THIS VARIETY IS AVAILABLE HERE. Large Packet =...

Bean Smeraldo (57-45)

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Pole Bean Smeraldo. Long flat roma type from Northern Italy. Pale green and stringless. Excellent taste & texture. Has a very good reputation for production. 30 gram packet. Note: 100 gram packet is actually 170 grams. To see our growing guide for...