Bean & Pea Seeds

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  1. PARKIA SPECIOSA

    Flowers which secrete a sweet nectar that attracts bats and other pollinators, open in a light-bulb shaped mass at the end of long stalks. When the the flowers die, long, twisted, translucent pods emerge in clusters. With high levels of amino acids, this nutrition- packed bean has an unusual aroma, but in a scrumptious sort of way! Please do not be put off by some of the odd-sounding common names though! Just be reassured that this bean is one of favourite things to eat on this planet. In warmer countries it is revered in market places, dangled up for display, or promoted at the front of the stall, and restaurants that can obtain it hang it near the doorway, luring in the seduced guests. Finally, for those who wish to sample this incredible tasty bean delicacy, apparently this also endows the consumer with the same after effects as obtained by consuming asparagus! ... Learn More

    $3.71

  2. PRIZEWINNER

    This popular and appropriately-named runner bean, performs exceptionally well, producing a good crop of medium-sized superbly flavoured beans with distinctively different seeds from other varieties. ... Learn More

    $2.37

  3. ROYALTY PURPLE

    A sprawling bush habit plant producing vivid purple, 5 inch long, slightly curved pods with beige seed. Pods contain a natural blanching indicator causing them to change to green on boiling. ... Learn More

    $2.24

  4. SCARLET EMPEROR

    A popular, good-yielding, old favourite English runner bean with striking red blossom and large pods which contain deep purple beans speckled with red or lavender when mature. ... Learn More

    $2.43

  5. STEREO

    Stereo is one of the smaller, slender podded broad bean varieties, which recently have become popular due to the capability of the young pods to be cooked and eaten whole, just like mange-tout peas. If grown to maturity the pods produce five delicious beans. ... Learn More

    $2.43

  6. THE SUTTON

    A dwarf (18"-24") self-supporting, bushy broad bean which can be spring-sown, or overwintered if protected using cloches. Perfect for the small or exposed garden this variety produces compact plants with multi-heads of beans with around 5 beans per pod. A heavy yielding plant, the beans are best harvested young for the best taste. RHS 'Award of Garden Merit' winner. ... Learn More

    $2.43

  7. WHITE LADY

    These heavy-cropping runner beans set better than any other at high temperatures, giving long,smooth, succulent, string-less, mid green pods hanging in clusters. The pure white flowers, (giving white beans) are rarely picked by birds. ... Learn More

    $2.37

  8. WITKIEM

    A very reliable and fast-maturing spring-sown broad bean, Witkiem gives heavy crops and tolerates cold weather well. It can be sown from February to May and the sturdy 3 foot high plants produce top quality white beans (usually five in a pod) which are well-suited to freezing. ... Learn More

    $2.24

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