Bean Dwarf Bobica


GENUS: Phaseolus SPECIES: vulgaris


Heritage Status: New Zealand
Bio-Region of Origin: Auckland
Number of Seeds: 20

Description: These dwarf, green snap were gifted by John and Maregaret Sumich, of Forrest Hill. This bean came with the Dalmatian gum diggers to the Northern Gumfields in the 1800’s. It is an excellent green bean with yellow flowers which produces numerous thin pointy tasty beans. The name is pronounced “Bobitza”. All Damamatian vegetables are top quality and this is no exception.

Planting Instructions: Scatter sow into seed trays and transplant as soon as second leaves appear at 10 cm spacing under trellis . This avoids problems with birds, slugs, snails, and rotting in cold ground.