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Organic Trionfo Violetto Snap Pole Bean
Organic Trionfo Violetto Snap Pole Bean


 
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HEIRLOOM This French heirloom has long been beloved for its nutty flavor and juicy-crisp texture. We enjoy its flavor and tenderness most when the long, slender purple pods are thinner than a pencil.

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Organic Trionfo Violetto Snap Pole Bean HEIRLOOM This French heirloom has long been beloved for its nutty flavor and juicy-crisp texture. We enjoy its flavor and tenderness most when the long, slender purple pods are thinner than a pencil. It is almost always the first pole bean we eat each season! Dark purple stems, leaf veins and deep lavender flowers contrast gorgeously with Trionfo's deep green foliage, as well.

70 days to snap bean

Phaseolus
vulgaris
Seeds to Always Direct Sow
Bean Threshing

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Wonderful Pole Bean August 28, 2018
Reviewer: Amber Ayers from Portland, OR United States  
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March 9, 2018
Reviewer: kathy Ryrko from Seneca Falls, NY United States  


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Easy to grow December 12, 2017
Reviewer: Shellie K from Indianapolis, IN United States  
Pretty flowers and a fun, colorful bean. I try to cook it quickly- short dip in hot water or quick  saute in butter- so it keeps some purple color. Very easy to grow.

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December 6, 2017
Reviewer: Gwen Stockdale Fellows from Naples, NY United States  
Fun and yummy.  Grew these with my granddaughter, who was very excited to harvest purple beans!

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Best string bean ever August 31, 2016
Reviewer: Paula Lenge from Southington, CT  
We've planted several varieties of beans over the years, and these are now the only kind we will plant.  The bean stays tender all season and delicious even when other varieties get dry and stringy. The vine is so lovely, too,  with delicate purple flowers.  Purple color of bean turns green when cooked.

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