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Rouge de Syrie Bush Bean  
Phaseolus vulgaris
This wine-red bean with purple-black marbling and lilac flowers predates 1830 and is thought to have originated in Brazil. It was introduced into Syria by the French but also has many aliases in Germany, Portugal, and even Haiti. The long narrow pods are generally consumed as snap beans, but the dry beans also make excellent soups. Plants are about 16 inches tall. 30 seeds $4.00. P Germination 95%. Lot RD2022RDSBB-BN133.

Rouge de Syrie Bush Bean

SKU: BN133
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