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Borlotto (Pole)
Beans
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
55
  Italian soup pole bean. Vines bear 8- to 12-inch, multicolored pods for fresh use, or harvest white beans with red speckles for dry use. Also known as 'Borlotto Lignua di Fuoco'.
Lamon
Beans
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
75 - 80
  Italian pole borlotto type for fresh-cooked shell beans. Vines bear rose-mottled creamy white beans.
Borlotto (Bush)
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
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  Bush Italian soup bean. 12- to 24-inch plants bear fat, flat, green pods splashed with red. Harvest for fresh use after the pods fill or later for dry beans.
Borlotto of Vigevano
Beans
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Days to Maturity:
70
  Italian bush borlotto type for fresh cooked shell beans. Plants bear red-streaked pods with 5 to 7 cream beans with red mottling per pod.
Lingua di Fuoco (bush)
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Days to Maturity:
70
  Italian bush borlotto type for fresh-cooked shell beans, similar to pole type with the same name. Plants bear cream-colored, red-speckled pods with 5 to 7 creamy white beans with red splotches per pod.
Lingua di Fuoco (pole)
Beans
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Days to Maturity:
75 - 80
  Italian pole borlotto type for fresh-cooked shell beans, similar to bush type with the same name. Vines bear cream-colored, red-speckled pods with 5 to 7 creamy white beans with red splotches per pod.
 
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