1-2 feet tall
Approx. 50 seeds per pack
Bush bean habit. Also known as Dwarf Sieva, this variety was introduced in 1889 by Peter Henderson Company of New York. It produces small creamy white lima beans on plants that are early, hardy, productive and disease resistant. Desirable and dependable in adverse conditions, they are excellent in quality, abundance and tasty in soups.
Sow seeds outdoors 2” apart at 1” depth in rows 36-48” apart after danger of frost has passed and soil and air temperatures have warmed. Seeds will germinate in 7-18 days. Lima beans thrive in hot temperatures and prefer full sun.