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Organic Sequoia Bush Romano Bean
Organic Sequoia Bush Romano Bean


 
HEIRLOOM Sequoia is well adapted to cool, short seasons and its rich, succulent beans are productive and tender. The pods hold up brilliantly for pickling (though they turn green) and we especially love their juicy pods in salads and stir-fries.

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Organic Sequoia Bush Romano Bean HEIRLOOM We fell in love with Sequoia after we fell in love with Owen Bridge of Annapolis Seeds in Nova Scotia who gifted us the seeds! Sequoia is well adapted to cool, short seasons and its rich, succulent beans are productive and tender. The pods hold up brilliantly for pickling (though they turn green) and we especially love their juicy pods in salads and stir-fries.

60 days to harvest

Phaseolus vulgaris
Seeds to Always Direct Sow
Bean Threshing

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August 28, 2018
Reviewer: Amber Ayers from Portland, OR United States  


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Sequoia Bean seeds February 19, 2018
Reviewer: Bruce Reynolds from Cincinnati, OH United States  
I've growing sequoia beans for many years.and never had any that had strings. I purchased byour seeds. they were a different color then any other seeds that I've bought. I planted them anyway. Big mistake.Although they looked like normal sequoia beans in color,they were not as tasty and they all had very nasty strings. Riuned my entire crop with these awful beans. NEVER AGAIN will I buy your seeds.

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Productive early beans January 27, 2018
Reviewer: Markael Luterra from Corvallis, OR United States  
Loaded with delicious purple beans; many ended up as dilly beans blended with other varieties, the rest are in our freezer for winter stir fries.

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