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WINGED BEAN 'Emerald Star' / NON TROPICAL VARIETY

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WINGED BEAN 'Emerald Star'

Also called Goa bean or Asparagus Pea

Psophocarpus tetragonolobus

10 seeds

This variety is daylight neutral and will flower and produce beans in cooler climates, unlike the more common type of winged bean which is only suitable for the tropics. If you want to give winged beans a try and don't live in the tropics, this is the best variety to grow.

This is a vigorous tropical climber with deep blue flowers and four angled pods with feathery margins. All parts of the plant are edible – the pods, flowers, leaves and tubers. 

Sow in Nov-Dec in subtropical areas and Oct-Jan in the tropics. Sow on 25mm deep at 25+ degrees C, germinates 7-10d. Sow direct, full sun with 30-60cm between seeds. For best germination - rub lightly with sandpaper or sit in warm water until seeds swell, before sowing. Harvest 60 days

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