Phaseolus Blue-Grey Speckeld (tepary beans vegetable - haricots)
Phaseolus acutifolius Blue-Grey Speckeld - tepary beans vegetable - haricots - Originally a Mayan bean from the high mountains of southern Mexico. The dry beans are a tapestry of tan/grey with blue speckles. Height: 24-36 in. (60-90 cm). Their plants have long roots, which allow them to tolerate drought. They have small leaves, and the plants sprawl. If given something to climb on, they will climb up to 9 feet (2 3/4 metres.) Tepary Beans are hard to harvest because their short, slim pods often split open during harvest. epary Beans are smaller than navy beans, and somewhat flat. Family : Fabaceae
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