TURKISH DELIGHT

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(Phaseolus vulgaris)  Handed to us by a Turkish man at the Canberra Tip Shop & saved by his family for generations.  Large green, stringless, flat pods with excellent flavour.  Tender even when large.  Strong climber - requires staking.  Easy to grow.  50 seeds

(BeanClimbing00967)

SKU BeanClimbing00967
Shipping Weight 0.0020kg

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