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An annual clover with weed suppressing foliage and stunning crimson flowers which will attract bees, although usually dug in prior to flowering. Excellent on sandy, loamy and free draining, light soils to add humus and improve soil structure. Nitrogen fixing. Contents: 60g (2oz) sufficient to sow 18 sq.m (approx 19.5 sq.yd)
Broad beans are easy to grow producing large succulent beans packed with flavour and vitamins. A reliable and ever so popular high yielding variety. Pods contain six or seven large juicy beans which are good for freezing. Green seeded variety. Grow in well dug, fertilised soil.
A reliable favourite and arguably the most popular runner bean of all time. Early and heavy cropping.
The extremely hardy Broad Bean Aguadulce is very easy to grow and produces large succulent beans, packed with flavour and vitamins. The ultimate in fine seeded broad beans with very small, almost round, tender sweet beans.
Well filled pods sit horizontally on the plants for easier picking and contain approx. 5 beans each. Grow in well-dug, fertilised soil.
Sets well in almos all conditions. Yields abundant long, fleshy pods which taste delicious and freeze well. White flowered variety. High-quality, succulent pods.
Bred to have a greater tolerance of disease while retaining a great flavour. Prolific crops of long, slender beans on vigorous plants.
This colourful bean is a multi-purpose Italian speciality. Use the fresh young pods as flageolet beans (semi-mature pods with succulent seeds), or allow them to mature and ripen for use as haricot beans.
The spectacular flattish pods of Climbing Bean' Firetongue' are heavily splashed with reddish streaks which disappear on cooking. A particularly eye catching bean that makes an attractive and productive addition to the vegetable plot.
Dark green and slender 'Kenyan type', stringless pods mature a little later to allow the with first rate flavour to develop. Robust plants have a good resistance to Bean Common Mosaic Virus and other diseases.
Ths small but flavoursome bean is the best option for freezer storage, being far less prone to discolouring than larger varieties.
This is a really hardy winter cabbage - not even severe frost seems to bother it. The heads of Cabbage 'January King' are crisp and crunchy with a good flavour, and the leaf is an attractive conifer-blue colour.
Mr. Strong has to be really careful when he's gardening. He's so strong that he often breaks his garden tools. It's important to be gentle when you're sowing seeds or planting little seedlings.
As its name suggests, Broad Bean 'Express' is the fastest maturing variety available and an early spring sowing will out yield all others. This winter hardy, RHS AGM variety produces up to 34 tender, tasty pods per plant. Broad Bean 'Express' makes an excellent broad bean for freezing as it doesn't discolour. Sow:Feb - June HArvet: June - Aug
This dwarf, compact Broad Bean is absolutely perfect for small gardens and offers bumper crops of 15cm (6in) pods, each packed with 5 deliciously tender beans. Ideal for successional sowings to give continuous picking through the season.
Set this compact, early-flowering pepper on a sunny patio or sundrenched border after the last frost to enjoy an abundance of successional flowers leading to a big crop of creamy-lime coloured fruits, shown off against lush dark foliage.
The thick-fleshed fruits ripen to red and each weigh around 100g on maturity
Easy to grow, they aren't called gardeners' favourite for no reason. The cherry-sized fruits are perfectly sweet and great in salads, sandwiches and lunch boxes. Suitable for greenhouse or outdoor growing. Sow indoors in a seed tray or pots from Feb - April Plant out in May - June, once danger of frost has passed Harvesting Period: June, July, August, September, October SKU#:AISG00277
As a proud garden grower, you'll understand the satisfaction that comes from growing something beautiful and healthy from just a single seed. Not to mention, the creative freedom to use grow and create gorgeous tastes and insatiable smells all by yourself. This is a feeling we at Arboretum understand completely. View our range of vegetable seeds to see which would make a great addition to your garden!