PLS 560

PLS 560

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Mid-Season Variety

The long pointed pods of PLS 560 fill to the tip with 10-12 dark green berries of excellent flavor. These nice, light green pods really stand out against the dark blue-green foliage. A strong-stemmed variety – it holds upright throughout the season, making harvest quick and very rewarding.

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Mid-Season Variety

The long pointed pods of PLS 560 fill to the tip with 10-12 dark green berries of excellent flavor. These nice, light green pods really stand out against the dark blue-green foliage. A strong-stemmed variety – it holds upright throughout the season, making harvest quick and very rewarding.

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