Category: Broad Bean Seeds

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Broad Bean Seeds – Crimson Flowered

A Perfect Choice For Containers, This Crimson-flower Variety Has Withstood The Tests Of Time And Come Out On Top In High Yields, Attractive Flowers And Suitability For Growing In Small Spaces.sowing Outdoorssow Individual Seeds In Containers Or A Soil Bed That Enjoys Full Sun And Has Free-draining Soil. Sow Seeds 5cm (2in) Deep And 10cm (4in) Apart. If You Want More Than One Row, Sow Double Rows 25cm (10in) Between Each Single Row, And 60cm (24in) Between Each Double Row.aftercarepinch Out The Growing Tips Of Main Stems When They Are In Full-flower. This Deters The Pest Blackfly That Likes To Congregate On The Succulent Young Growing Tips. 

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Broad Bean Seeds – De Monica

This Dual Purpose, Disease Resistant Variety Can Be Sown To Overwinter For Your Earliest Spring Crops.from Sowing In Spring De Monica Is So Fast Growing And Quick To Mature It Will Be Among Your Earliest Cropping Broad Beans.plants Have A Strong Upright Habit With Two To Three Stems Per Plant. Pods Contain Five Or Six Large White Flavoursome Beans And Are Held Off The Ground So Are Kept Clean And Easy To Pick.sowing Indoorssow Individual Seeds In 8cm (3in) Pots Filled With Seed Compost And Keep Pots In A Frost-free Greenhouse While Frosts Are Likely. Keep Compost Moist But Not Saturated At All Times. Accustom The Young Plants To Outside Conditions By Day For 2-3 Weeks Before Planting Them To Their Permanent Position Outdoors From April. Allow 60cm (24 In) Between Double Rows And 10cm (4in) Between Plants.sowing Outdoorsdirect Sow In May Outdoors To A Depth Of 5cm (2in). Allow 10cm (4in) Between Plants. Broad Beans Are Usually Sown In Double Rows. Allow 25cm (10in) Between Rows And 60cm (24in) Between Double Rows.aftercarewater At The Base Of The Plants Generously Mornings Or Evening From Seedling Stage. Water Both Mornings And Evenings In Particularly Dry Spells.when In Full-flower, Pinch Out The Growing Tips Of The Stems – This Deters The Pest Blackfly.if Growing In An Exposed Site Provide A Windbreak To Reduce Wind-damage.harvestpick The Beans When They Are As Young As Possible. Cook Or Stems Them As Pods Or Shell Pods And Add Beans To Salads.  

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Broad Bean Greeny – Seeds

A Great Broad Bean That Holds Its Pods Upright On The Plant, Making Them Easier To Pick. Greeny Produces High Yields Of Great Quality Fine Beans With An Excellent Flavour. These Broad Beans Make A Delicious Accompaniment Eaten Hot Or Cold.

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Broad Bean Statissa – Seeds

The First Of Its Kind, A Broad Bean That You Can Cook And Eat In Its Pod Just Like A Mange-tout Pea! Statissa Has Very Delicate Fine Beans With A Thin Pod, That Allows You To Cook And Eat The Pod And Beans All In One.if You Leave Statissa To Fully Mature, The Beans Have An Exquisite Flavour And Are Fantastic When Added To Salads Or Just Steamed And Eaten!

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Broad Bean Meteor Vroma – Seeds

Just About The Earliest Broad Bean To Crop From A Spring Sowing, Meteor Can Also Be Sown Successfully In Autumn. The Beans Have A Good Old Fashioned Broad Bean Taste, Which They Retain Even When Large.if You Want Your Seeds To Germinate Quickly You Can Put Down A Horticultural Fleece Over The Soil – This Helps Retain The Heat In The Soil, And Doubles Up As Protection From Hungry Seed-eating Mice.

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Broad Bean Optica – Seeds

An Abundant Cropper In Recent Trials And The Winner Of A Royal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Merit, Optica Is An Excellent Modern Variety. Lower Growing Than Many Broad Beans, It Is Therefore Well Suited To Even Small Gardens. It Yields 5 Or 6 White Beans Per Pod, And If Picked When Very Young The Pods Can Also Be Eaten. Optica Has An Outstanding Flavour And The Beans Freeze Well For Future Eating. We Recommend This Variety Most Highly.requires Support.