(Lens culinaris) Heirloom. Annual. Small, broad, flat pods containing 1-2 edible seeds produced on bush to 60cm high. Hardy - will tolerate poor soil, drought & is disease resistant. 80-110 days. Sow Spring. 420 seeds
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