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Phaseolus acutifolius


Tepary beans are a common bean relative that is native to the Sonoran desert. Unsuprisingly, these beans are outstanding in water-limited growing conditions. 


Blue Speckled tepary beans hail from highland areas of southern Mexico, and are slightly less heat-loving than their northen relatives. Fear not, these beans still produce prolifically under anything less than true desert heat. 


Pods grow on bush-habit plants, than have a tendancy to grow a few longer vining arms.


Packet size: 75 seeds


DTM: 60-65 days

Bean - Blue Speckled

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