YAM BEAN - JICAMA

$3.50
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(Pachyrhizus erosus)  Heirloom from Mexico & Central America.  Topical legume vine cultivated for its large, fleshy tuberous roots.  Note:  Flowers & bean pods are toxic & should not be eaten.  Roots only are eaten.  30 seeds 

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SKU EdibleTrees00895
Shipping Weight 0.0030kg

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