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Orient Wonder


A pole-type bean, also known as yard-long or asparagus bean. Slender 15-18 in. pods can be eaten lightly steamed or added to a stir-fry. Plants are vigorous and vining; pods are slow to form seeds, remaining tender for extended harvest. Far superior to standard strains.

  • Popular for specialty and ethnic markets

Fruit Shape


Exterior Color

Dark Green

Exterior Characteristics


HG Market Segment

Mail Order
Farm Market

Market Use



15-18 in (38 - 46 cm)

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