hello, I am creating a new permaculturish garden in south India and was surfing a little on net to see what new seeds I could order suitable for my growing conditions. I came across this Asian Winged bean and it sounds interesting because you can supposedly eat the leaves, flowers, tubers and beans and the beans are protein high like soyabeans. the plant is also meant to be a great nitrogen fixer and can be a perennial if winters aren't too cold. So thinking that sounds great I was all ready to order some seeds, until I looked at the photo of the plant and it seems like it may be the same as a bean which I got the seeds of recently in a local nursery. here seeds aren't labelled and the staff only know the local name. so I have no idea what kind of bean it was I bought. It is a reddish brown colour, quite large and fat, and round, and the part where the sprout would come is white.I have never seen that kind of bean before and don't know what the pods are like. Does anyone know if that sounds like an Asian wing bean seed?I dont want to order seeds from the US if I can get them locally for 5 rupees!! I have tried surfing net to see what the asian winged bean seed is like but no luck.I have also asked some locals who have no idea. Recently I planted 3 types of bean seeds - most of them aren't doing well as I think they got a nematode problem. But the type I just mentioned is growing like Jack and the Giant Bean stalk. It is already shooting up the cables I put for the beans to grow up and if it was a perennial and continued to grow like that you would only want a couple of plants. If anyone has any experience of this plant or can tell me what the bean I planted may be if not Asian winged I would be really grateful!!