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Beans

Beans
A large selection of  bean seeds  for you to choose from, with more than just the standard green and a very long one too - have a look at the Yard Long Bean. All Heirlooms and Open Pollinated. Click on each picture to see full growing guide.
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Aquadulce Broad Bean - Vicia faba - 10 Seeds

Aquadulce Broad Bean - Vicia faba - 10 Seeds

R15.00

Very easy to grow. Grown for the seed. The broad bean's seed is eaten whilst green before dry. Aquadulce is known as the best hardy broad bean for autumn planting and has received the RHS award of Golden Merit. Regular picking will keep production going for 4-6 weeks.

Blue Lake Climbing Bean - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

Blue Lake Climbing Bean - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

R21.00

A stringless well know variety. Prolific producer. This bean has been around since the late 1800's. (Not the one you're going to plant, but the specific variety). Stake or supply a growing support for the plant. If well looked after and kept disease free it will produce until the end of the season. Click on the image for product details, click on the image on the product details page for an enlarged image.

Contender Bush Bean - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

Contender Bush Bean - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

R15.00

An absolute favourite. Pods are longish, slightly flattened, firm and have a good amount of flesh when picked young. Freezes very well. Good flavour. If you are looking for a recommendation, this is it.

French Garden Bean - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

French Garden Bean - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

R22.00

A straight green slender bean which grows on a compact bush. Beans can reach 15 - 17cm if well cared for.

Golden Wax Beans - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

Golden Wax Beans - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

R22.00

Beautiful to watch them change to yellow while growing in the garden. Eye catching pods that start out green and turn yellow as they grow. Nice firm flesh. Harvest in 55 days under good care. Solid producer.

Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

R20.00

The name says it all. Kentucky wonder. Massive producer when well cared for. Pick beans whilst young before seeds swell in the pod.

Langstrath Stringless Beans - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

Langstrath Stringless Beans - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

R18.00

Out of stock

A long stringless bean, 60 days to maturity.

Lazy Housewife Pole Bean - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

Lazy Housewife Pole Bean - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

R18.00

This is one of the oldest pole beans. It is broad, thick and very fleshy. Produces very well when cared for. Pick before seeds swell in the pod.

Lohrey's Old Tasmanian - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

Lohrey's Old Tasmanian - Phaseolus vulgaris - 25 Seeds

R22.00

Out of stock

From Tasmania in the early 1900's. A dual purpose varitety harvested as a green bean and as a dry bean. The seeds are white and navy blue, drying to light brown with black stripes.

Redland Pioneer - Phaseolus vulgaris - 20 Seeds

Redland Pioneer - Phaseolus vulgaris - 20 Seeds

R20.00

A very old Australian bush variety. The plant produces light green, flattened, stringless pods on a strong plant. Picking beans regularly will ensure that this plant flowers again and produces more beans. It will produce beans right till the end of the season if well cared for. Plant every two weeks for continuous harvesting.

Royal Burgundy Bush Beans - Phaseolus vulgaris - 15 Seeds

Royal Burgundy Bush Beans - Phaseolus vulgaris - 15 Seeds

R19.00

Stunning puple colour on the outside, green inside. Does not mind cool weather, beware of the frost. Produces well if cared for and flowers longer than other varieties.

Scarlet Runner Bean - Phaseolus coccineus - 10 Seeds

Scarlet Runner Bean - Phaseolus coccineus - 10 Seeds

R18.00

Originating in the mountains of Central America. A dual purpose bean both ornamental and edible. Seeds are used fresh or as a dried bean. Pods are edible when young and not yet fibrous. Stunning red to deep orange flowers. Often incorrectly referred to as a 7 year bean. Cotyledons stay in the ground during germination. A perennial vine with tuberous roots. Regrows in spring for a few years if cut back, not dug over and overwintered well. The beans will not set in very hot weather.

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