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RE: Re: gandules, ajies and Jose


As I understand from Juan Puras, there are 3 different kinds in the 
package. When I planted mine, I planted the colors separately and 
marked them as "red", "beige" and "speckled".

It's really late to be starting them here, but if I get beans from 
any of the plants, I'll at least know which variety is willing to 
produce under short days. Then I can save those.

I put most of the seeds in the fridge to save for next year when I 
can start them at the recommended time,i.e. February.

Good luck,

				Philadelphia, PA

                        USDA zone 7A    Sunset zone 32

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