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Organic Sequoia Bush Romano Bean
Organic Sequoia Bush Romano Bean


 
HEIRLOOM We've never seen or tasted a bean quite like this: Sequoia is velvety smooth and luminescent purple --- tender yet meaty --- savory yet sweet. She's well adapted to cool, short seasons after many years of being selected by our dear friend Owen of Annapolis Seeds, in the heart of Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley. Owen gifted Matthew and I these seeds in 2013 and we were instantly smitten at first sight and bite! Enjoy :)

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Organic Sequoia Bush Romano Bean

HEIRLOOM We've never seen or tasted a bean quite like this: Sequoia is velvety smooth and luminescent purple --- tender yet meaty --- savory yet sweet. She's well adapted to cool, short seasons after many years of being selected by our dear friend Owen of Annapolis Seeds, in the heart of Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley. Owen gifted Matthew and I these seeds in 2013 and we were instantly smitten at first sight and bite! Enjoy :)

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60 days to harvest

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Bean Threshing

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5 of 5 Pleasantly Purple bean! January 5, 2019
Reviewer: S. Simpson from Hillsborough, New Jersey  
I’ve grown Sequoia the past couple of years, the yields are excellent. Wonderful, compact plants. Beans are substantial compared to other Romanos, color fades upon cooking.

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5 of 5 August 28, 2018
Reviewer: Amber Ayers from Portland, OR United States  


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5 of 5 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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