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A tropical Asian plant of the pea family, widely grown as an ornamental or for its edible seeds and pods and as a fodder crop.→ lablab
- ‘Plant quick-growing vines, such as morning glory or hyacinth bean, around the outside of the lattice.’
- ‘Other common names for the lablab bean include bonavist bean, Egyptian bean, and hyacinth bean.’
- ‘Barlow says that when she grows hyacinth bean, its red-veined purple foliage and sweet pea-like purple or white flowers stop people in their tracks.’
- ‘Summer is the season of various kinds of beans full of protein including red beans, green beans, cowpeas, hyacinth beans and horse beans.’
- ‘Almost any type will work - morning glories, moonflowers, hyacinth beans, even pole beans.’
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