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Rosy Frills – Sweet Pea Seeds

One Of The Prettiest Sweet Peas Of All! deep Cream Buds Shaded Red, Opening To White With A Sugar-pink Picotee Edge.the Slightly Wavy Petals Are Richer Pink On The Reverse And Have An Old-fashioned Charm In The Vase Or Garden.do Not Allow Seed Pods To Form As This Will Reduce Flowering Performance. Autumn Sown Seedlings Are Best Over-wintered In A Cold Frame.

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Runner Bean Seeds – (dwarf) Jackpot

self- Pollinatingamazing Flowers Power Also.loved In The Uk Since The Early Millenniumfantastic Tasting Great To Ad To Saladsjust Like Its Tall Brothers (firestorm And Stardust) Jackpot Is Self-fertile. A Breeding Breakthrough In The Mid 2000's Led To The First Self-fertile Runner Bean.a Cross Between A French Bean And A Runner Bean Picking Up The Self-pollinating Characteristic From French Beans But The Runner Bean Pod Shape And Flavour.jackpot Mix Is A Mix Of 3 Dwarf Varieties, Red, Peach And White Flowered Giving You An Amazing Colourful Display On Your Terrace And A Bumper Harvests Guaranteed.

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French Bean Seeds – (climbing) Seychelles

pencil Thin Attractive Pods.pick Fresh And Eat Freshgrow Up Wigwams For Impressive Growthbeans Will Hold For Longer As They Can Remain On The Vine.everyone Has Seen And Heard Of Tomatoes On The Vine. The Tomatoes Keep Fresher For Longer, Well Here You Have A French Bean Where The Pencil Thin Stingless Pods Grow In Bunches On The Vine At The Same Rate, Meaning You Can Harvest The Whole Bunch Or Truss In One Go.if You Are Like Me And Harvest Vegetables Whilst The Rest Of The Food Is Cooking In The Kitchen, This Makes That Quick Dash Out To The Garden A Quicker Task.climbing Beans Are So Versatile In That They Can Be Grown Up Wigwams In The Border, Along The Garden Fence, Or In A Container On A Patio Or Either Side Of A Doorway Creating A Wonderful Visual Appearance.

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Pea Seeds – Half Pint (early)

grow Peas Regardless Of Space Or Sizeonly Up To 8cm Tallharvest In Just 90 Daysdisease Resistantgrow Fresh Peas On Your Patio, Windowsill Or Outdoor Dining Table. This Pea Is Very Dwarf, Just 8″” 20cm Tall. Full Sized Pods Containing 5-6 Deliciously Sweet Garden Peas On Miniature Plants.harvest In 90 Days. Sow Every Month Through Spring And Summer For Continuous Supply. Freshly Harvested Sun Warmed Peas Are A Delight. Alternatively You Can Choose To Freeze Them.

French Bean (dwarf Borlotti) Tintoretti – Seeds 0

French Bean (dwarf Borlotti) Tintoretti – Seeds

This Dual-purpose French Bean Forms A Dwarf Bush With Attractive Pods And Beans Which Have A Creamy Background With Red Flecks.plants Are High Yielding With Beans That Can Be Eaten Fresh Or Dried.tintoretti also Has Good Disease Resistance.

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Runner Bean Seeds – Tenderstar

Runner Bean Tenderstar Is The Fantastic Result Of 15 Years Of British Breeding; A Real Breakthrough. Although Tenderstar Is A Runner Bean, This Cross Has Many Of The Desirable Qualities Of French Beans, With Pods Being Smooth, Fleshy And Especially Stringless.the Pods Are Exceptionally Tender And Flavoursome. It Is Also Virtually Self-setting Meaning It Is A Prolific Cropper And Can Be Grown In Isolation If Need Be. Pods Are An Impressive 20cm (8in) Long And Are Sweet Enough To Eat Raw Straight Off The Plant As A Great Snack.the Flowers Are A Unique Bicolour Of Red And Pink Too, So Make An Attractive Climber.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. Ensure Supports Are In Place Before Planting Outdoors. Allow 46cm (18 ½ In) Between Rows And 20-30cm (8-12in) Between Plants.sowing Outdoorsrunner Bean Seeds Are Sensitive To Cold, Wet Soils And Will Not Germinate In Unfavourable Conditions. We Recommend That You Do Not Sow Seeds Outdoors Until Mid May.direct Sow In Mid May Outdoors To A Depth Of 5cm (2in). Allow 46cm (18 ½ In) Between Rows And 20-30cm (8-12in)  between Plants. Ensure Wig-wam Or Other Supports Are In Place Before Direct Sowing.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 Flower Provide A Mist Spray Of Water To The Leaves And Flowers, In Addition To Watering At The Base Of The Plants, To Encourage Flower And Bean Production.if Growing In An Exposed Site Provide A Windbreak To Reduce Wind-damage.harvest And Freezingpick The Beans When They Are Young And Tender To Encourage Plants To Remain Productive Longer. Runner Beans F

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Pea Seeds – Hurst Greenshaft

Variety Of Delicious Pea, Great For Eating Raw Straight From The Plant, Steaming Or Adding To Salads. Particularly Good For Freezing, Simply Blanch And Bag Up For Future Meals.make A Flat-bottomed Shallow Row 15cm (6in) Wide And Water The Soil Well. Sow About 10 Seeds Per 30cm (12in) In A Zig-zag Formation Along The Row. Cover The Seeds With 2cm (3/4in) Of Soil And Firm It Down. Allow 60cm (24in) Between Rows If Sowing Multiple Rows.as Plants Grow Support Them In A Framework Of Netting And Pea-sticks. Plants Will Reach An Eventual Height Of 75cm (30in).please Note: Birds Are Particularly Attracted To The Young Stems As They Appear. Be Vigilant And Use Netting If Need Be.keep Plants Well-watered And Feed With A High-potash Fertiliser As The Plants Come Into Flower.harvest From June To July, And Freeze If You Require Peas For Future Meals. Simply Slice, Blanch In Boiling Water, Drain, Cool And Bag Up. 

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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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Pea Snow Green – Seeds

Snow Green Is A Fantastic Variety That Produces High Numbers Of Long Thin Stringless Mange-tout Pods With Good Tolerance To Hot Weather. It Is Perfect Steamed Or Eaten Straight From The Plant. This Is The Variety That You Will Find On The Supermarket Shelf, Only Grown Much Closer To Home