Phaseolus vulgaris 'durango/pink'
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:André:
Common beans sometimes have what I think of as a "reversal" where the seed coloration is inverted from the normal pattern. So instead of having brown speckles on a beige background (for example with pinto beans), the pattern will be beige speckles on a brown background.
Yesterday I harvested the earliest of Phaseolus acutifolius.
Shawn Harper wrote:I noticed this on some of mine. Do you think it is a weird quirk or possibly something that could be bred to be consistant?