(Phaseolus lunatus) (aka Dwarf Sieva) Introduced in 1889 by Peter
Henderson Company of New York. A dwarf lima
that is very early, hardy, productive, and disease
resistant. Produces small creamy white limas for the
home gardener and canner that are distinct in color
and excellent in quality. Desirable and dependable in
adverse conditions. Bush habit, 60-75 days.
Green Thumb Tip Lima beans thrive in hot temperatures. Sow seeds
outdoors after danger of frost has passed and soil
and air temperatures have warmed. Seeds will
germinate in 7-18 days. ± 1,200 seeds/lb
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