CRIMSON TRAVELLER

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(Phaseolus vulgaris)  Originally from Tasmania.  This purple podded variety is well travelled originating from Tasmania it has been passed from grower to grower making its way to New Zealand then back to Canberra & finally to NSW.  Attractive, brightly coloured, purple, flattened pods produced on climbing vine.  While requiring a trellis to grow, this variety is not a vigorous climber.  45 seeds

 

(BeanClimbing01012)

SKU BeanClimbing01012
Shipping Weight 0.0020kg

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