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Approximately 12.00 seeds per gram
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B and T World Seeds' reference number:
The average, annual, minimum temperature zone where Abrus precatorius is cold hardy
USDA Zone:9 20° to 30°F (-6.5° to -1°C)
|Type of plant - climber
Flower or inflorescence:
WHITE to PINK to VIOLET, -1.5cm
RED - BLACK shiny seed, v. TOXIC
lfts. to 2cm.x 6mm., pairs
|Height, in meters: 10
Height, in feet: 33.00
|Abrus precatorius seeds may be subject to seasonal availability
| Parts of Abrus precatorius are considered toxic.
Synonyms (alternative names) for Abrus precatorius:
|Abrus praecatorius, Glycine abrus,|
Common names for Abrus precatorius:
|(tox: abrin), (tox: WHO Ia), Carat Seed, Chanoti, Coral Beadplant, Crab's Eye, Crab's Eye Vine, Crab's Eye Vine, Gidee Gidee, Gunchi, Gunja (Hindi), Hung Tou, Indian Liquorice, Jequirity, Jequirity Bean, Jequirity Bean, Jumbie Bead, Licorice-Vine, Love Bean, Lucky Bean Creeper, Lucky Bean Creeper, Minnie-minnies, Paternoster Beans, Paternostererbse, Prayer Beads, Precatory, Precatory Bean, Precatory Pea, Rakat, Red Bead, Red Beadvine, Red Gunji, Rosary Pea, Rosary Pea, Weather Plant, Weatherplant, Weathervine,|
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