Willow Leaf Pole

The best small seeded white pole Lima or butter bean. Vines are of large growth very early hardy and productive. The leaves are willow-shaped. Resistant to drought.

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Giant Speckled Butter Pole

Plant tall vigorous climbing heavy yielder. Seeds are very large buff spotted and blotched with reddish brown. Mammoth pods with seed rather thick and about twice the size of Florida Butter or Speckled Lima. This seed is very scarce and only a limited quantity available.

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Woods Improved Pole Lima

(Butter Bean) Remarkable prolific a continuous bearer and easy to shell. The pods are produced in clusters and it is not uncommon to find clusters of pods ready to pull at one time. We strongly recommend it as a distinct and valuable improvement in pole butter beans.

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Lima King of the Gardens

Heavy cropper bean and pod very large.

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Lima Extra Early Jersey

One of the earliest.

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Lima Large White

The standard Lima largely grown.

Largely grown and highly esteemed. Pt. 20c Qt. 35c pkt. 1.25 Pkt. 2.00 Bus. 7.00.

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Lima Small White or Sieva

Beans small but very early and good quality.

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Challenger Pole Lima Bean

(Fordhook Pole) A potato Lima. Plant vigorous hardy good climber and very productive. Pods straight smooth. Seed large almost as wide as long flattish oval with greenish tinge. 90 days from planting to picking stage.

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Carpinteria Pole Lima

A most desirable pole Lima for the home and market garden. The vines are strong growing long usually closely filled with four beans of largest size much thicker than the average pole Lima. When cooked the beans are very thin skinned extremely tender and of finest flavor.

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Seiberts Early Lima

Well adapted for market garden and for early shipping. Plant large erect prolific. Very attractive oval pods nearly straight dark green entirely stringless. Seeds oval solid black. Length of pod 6 to 7 inches ready to pick about 49 days after planting.

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