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  1. Similar to Lampang variety. White color.  
  2. Prolific bloomer with large yellow and orange double flowers on vigorous bushy plants.  
  3. From NorthThailand’s Chiang Dao district.  
  4. Yields purple pods with black seed.  
  5. This variety has two colors, green and light maroon. The pod of this variety is loger than the Red maroon variety  
  6. Lao

    Fruits are 3 to 5 cm ( 1.2-2 in) in diameter with 4 to 5 points. Green pods ripen to blackish brown.  
  7. Smaller-leafed than Bangadesh variety and vigorous.Leaves and tender stems are eaten as salad, boiled, stewed or stir-fried, or in soups.  
  8. Plants can reach up to 6 feet (1.8 m) tall and 2 feet (0.6 m) wide in just a few months. Good for companion planting.  
  9. Drought tolerant once established and ready for harvest approximately three months after planting.  
  10. Mashed for tomato sauce or soup, a little sweet