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Actinidia arguta 'Ken's Red' is a deciduous climber with ovate to oblong, bristly, dark green leaves and, in early summer, clusters of fragrant, white flowers followed by cylindrical, edible, red to dark druit with red flesh.
A very popular crop with home gardeners, 'Black Beauty' is early and prolifically sets huge fruit. It is an excellent quality producing sturdy plants that give high yields of glossy, purple-black, pear shaped fruit. A popular and reliable garden favourite.
An improved strain of the ever popular 'Detroit'. Beetroot 'Detroit 2 Crimson Globe' produces globe-shaped roots with rich maroon colouring and a good flavour. Ideal for successional sowing to produce high yields. Height: 30cm (12in). Spread: 15cm (6in)
Heavy yielding beetroot with very good taste, one of the most popular standard varieties. 'Detroit 2 Crimson Globe' produces globe-shaped roots with rich maroon colouring. Ideal for successional sowing to produce high yields.
Popular, high quality variety with excellent flavour and deep red roots in uniform shape and size. Excellent source of folate and a good source or potassium. Multigerm variety. Boasts a prestigious Royal Horticulture Society Award of Garden Merit.
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.
A gardeners' favourite, Broad Bean 'Aquadulce Claudia' is the best broad bean for autumn sowing, overwintering plants on the plot outside, for an early harvest the following spring. Slender pods of 23cm long are full of succulent white seeded flavourcome beans.
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
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.
Ths small but flavoursome bean is the best option for freezer storage, being far less prone to discolouring than larger varieties.
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.
Short well-filled pods containing 4-5 white beans with excellent flavour and a great source of Vitamin C, folate and fibre. These Broad Beeans are easy to grow and very early to crop producing large yields of succulent beans packed with flavour. Grow in well-dug, fertilised soil. 45 Seeds per packet Sow: February - May Harvest: June - August Sku#: AIT00459
Have you ever been tempted to grow your own vegetables, fruit trees or a herb garden? At Arboretum we are here to help, whether you're a beginner or an expert. Choose from a wide variety of vegetable bulbs and seeds from cabbage to tomato and from carrots to radish. You may decide to also grow your own fruit trees. We have a wide variety of apple trees including Beauty of Bath, Cox's Orange Pippin and Elstar and a range of soft fruit plants such as raspberries, blackberries, blueberries and even gooseberries.