(Vicia faba) Heirloom dating back to 1844 & also known as 'Leviathan Long Pod'. Long pods to 25-40cm & up to 5cm wide with nutty flavour. Short plants. 80-90 days. 60 seeds
HINT: Soak seeds for 2-3 hours in a dilute seaweed solution. This helps to speed up germination.
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