SCARLET EMPEROR

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(Phaseolus coccineus)  Perennial - Scarlet Runner type also known as 'Seven Year Bean'.  Vigorous vine with scarlet coloured flowers (which are also edible); produces numerous flat, green beans.  Best when picked young.  Attractive in the garden.  Scarlet Runner first introduced in 1600's.  Cool climate only; tolerates heat, drought & cold climate well.  70-90 days.  30 seeds

DID YOU KNOW:  Unlike other beans, the cotyledons (seed leaves) of the runner bean remain under the ground as the seedling emerges.  Also, the growing vine turns anti-clockwise rather than clockwise.

(BeanRunner00240)

SKU BeanRunner00240
Shipping Weight 0.0030kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m

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