|Item Number||Italian Name||Scientific Name|
|Phaseolus Vulgaris L.|
A vigorous and extremely productive compact growing plant. It can be set in large field as well as buried. It has beautiful cream colored with intense bright red streaks, about 2 - 3 inch long pods, containing in the average 7 kidney-shaped, cream colored purple red streaked grains.
From March to mid July in 20 - 28 inches distant rows, when temperature is over 77 °F and the soil is sufficiently humid, using 265 - 330 pounds/hectare seed. Picking up the beans happens after 85-90 days.