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The adzuki Bean (Phaseolus angularis or Vigna angularis) is a Japanese
favorite that can be grown for use as a dried bean, enjoyed fresh in its
green pod, or even as a crunchy, nutritious sprout. The plant itself
looks similar to a field pea or cowpea and grows 1 to 2 feet tall,
producing yellow flowers followed by clusters of cylinder-shaped pods
that hold the red to orange beans. As an annual vegetable, adzuki can be
grown in any climate zone that has enough frost-free days for the plant
to produce edible pods, about two weeks after flowers appear. A longer
season -- 90 to 120 days -- is required to harvest the beans for dry
use.Approx. 16 seeds/Pkg.
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