GIANT OF STUTTGART (Bean) (LSP)

$4.60
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(Phaseolus vulgaris)  German heirloom.  Very long, stringless, green pod to 30cm with many 'bumps'!  Excellent flavour rated as the best tasting & most vigorous of all climbing beans.  High yields with up to 2kg per plant.  65-70 days.  60 seeds

 

 

(BeanClimbing01040)

SKU BeanClimbing01040
Shipping Weight 0.0020kg

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