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Regina beans


It seems that the attribution “queen” derives from the fact that his exquisiteness makes this bean worthy of being admitted into a royal dinner. The pod has a length of about 10 centimeters and when fully ripe has crimson streaks, the bean is variously rosy with reddish streaks, the leaves are bright green and the flowers are white with thin lilac veins.

Once they were a valid support for the Agostane families. After the harvest, they were put in hemp bags prepared by the Agostan women and sold to the markets of Tivoli and Rome. The crops were irrigated with the waters of the Aniene.

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