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French Bean Borlotto Lingua Di Fuoco Seeds

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Packet of French Bean Borlotto Lingua Di Fuoco SeedsFrench Bean Borlotto Lingua Di Fuoco is a flat podded variety with spectacular coloured green and red pods. This variety can be used for both edible pods and shelled dry beans.

It is very popular with amateur growers for its excellent flavour and unusual colour.

A climbing variety - needs support of canes whilst growing.

Average Packet Contents: 40 Seeds

 

 

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French Bean Borlotto Lingua Di Fuoco
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3 Reviews:

Great
Rating:
14 February 2015  |  Charles

The beans are pretty and easy to dry and store. Fantastic in chilli con carne.


Delicious and Versatile
Rating:
31 December 2014  |  Greg

I love these beans and don't know why more people don't grow them. They look great and can be eaten early, like runner beans, later as with broad beans or left to dry they will keep well into winter.


Delicious!
Rating:
04 January 2013  |  Amanda

Grew these for the first time last year and can't wait to grow them again. They look amazing as they mature and, if you dry them, they keep all winter. I am growing far more this year too!