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Florida Speckled Pole Lima Bean
Florida Speckled Butterbean - Pole Lima Bean
Florida Speckled Pole Lima Bean
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Florida Speckled
85 to 90 days — Synonyms of 'Florida Speckled' are 'Florida Speckled Butter,' 'Red Speckled', 'Oval Seeded', and 'Cutshort Cornfield'.  Plant growth of this pole lima variety is quite vigorous, with vines reaching eight to ten feet in height.

The pods reach three and a half to nine inches in length and grow in clusters.  Each pod usually contains four seeds.  A productive variety that yields a continuous harvest during peak season.  Tolerant to hot and humid climates, which makes it well suited to the Southern United States.

Each packet contains one ounce, which is approximately 60 seeds.
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Wonderful producer!
I planted these somewhat late (July) but they grew tall quickly and started producing beans around early October and are still producing! The plants themselves are about nine feet tall and each has given me dozens of large pods. The beans are beautiful and also quite large!
Reviewed by: Bethany Frazier from Greensboro, GA. on 11/14/2015
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