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Phaseolus vulgaris


Perhaps the name of these beans is off-putting to those of us who do not eat meat, but regardless of what type of -vory (herbivory, omnivory, carnivory, other -vory?) you prefer we think you'll want to eat these beans.


White Marrowfat beans grow on short-vine plants, making them easy to harvest and manage in any size of garden. When cooked they turn to an incredibly smooth & creamy texture, that is perfect for baked beans, pasta dishes, and hummus. We've had great success growing them in northern climates too!


Packet size: 50 seeds


DTM: 85-95 days

Bean - White Marrowfat

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