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Aquadulce Fava Bean
Aquadulce Fava Bean Seeds
Aquadulce Fava Bean
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90 days — This fava bean variety can stand very cold conditions (to about 15ºF) allowing it to be sown in the fall or winter for spring harvest. 'Aquadulce' is primarily grown for early crops. The plants can reach thirty-six to forty inches.

Each packet contains two ounces, which is approximately 32 seeds.

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Came right up grew wonderful.
All the plants came right up grew wonderful. The cold did not slow them down. We did have a really cold snap that killed them, about 10 degrees did them in. This winter is much colder than the norm here. I still have some seeds to start up here about the first of march so I cant wait to give them another go. I figured the winter would kill them but it was worth a shot.
Reviewed by: Michael Rundquist from Pulaski va. on 2/4/2014
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