Looking For A Particular Climbing Lima
Back in the 1980's a member of the Seed Savers Exchange sent me a Lima called Butterscotch Lima. It was patterend just like the Christmas lima, and the seed was approximately the same size, except the markings on the seed was a beautiful burnt orange coloring. Thus the name Butterscotch. No one in SSE's annual yearbook lists the variety anymore, and I've spent some time making a database of SSE's bean accessions. My list contains over 2,500 of SSE's beans, and not a single lima named Butterscotch. Just thought I would ask here just in case anyone grows a lima or butterbean that might fit this description.