Bean Seeds

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  • Broad Bean Dragon

    A very early, productive variety. Compact plants grow 100 to 120 centimetres tall. 3 to 5 pale, creamy-white, large, and delicious seeds per pod. To be consumed after the harvest, for freezing and making preserves.

    Broad Bean Dragon – seeds

    Seeding depth: 4 – 6 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – April
    Spacing: 30-25 x 25 cm
    Harvesting period: June – August

    One package contains 50 g of seeds.

  • Cowpea

    An annual trailing plant; requires supports. Produces thin, green, up to 100 centimetres long pods that are tender and sweet. Can be cooked as vegetable spaghetti; suitable for freezing and making preserves.

    Cowpea – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: April – May
    Seeding time outdoors: May – June
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: May
    Spacing: 60-80 x 40 cm
    Harvesting period: July – October

    One package contains 10 g of seeds.

  • Dwarf Bean Bona

    A medium early, exceptionally productive variety. Its plants take on a compact, bushy appearance. Its 12 to 14 cm long pods are green, fleshy, stringless, and delicious. This bean is recommended for processing right after the harvest and making into preserves.

    Dwarf Bean Bona – seeds

    Seeding depth: 2 – 3 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: 15. May – July
    Spacing: 10 x 40-60 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    One package contains 30 g of seeds.

  • Dwarf Bean Delfina

    An early, productive dwarf French bean variety that takes on an erect habit. Its dark green pods are circa 13 cm long, stringless, fleshy and delicious. It is intended for direct consumption after the harvest, processing, freezing and preserving.

    Dwarf Bean Delfina – seeds

    Seeding depth: 2 – 4 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: May – June
    Spacing: 40 x 50 cm
    Harvesting period: July – August

    One package contains 30 g of seeds.

  • Dwarf Bean GOLDEN SAXA (“Złota Saxa”)

    A medium early, exceptionally productive variety. Its plants take on a compact, bushy appearance. Its 12 to 14 cm long pods are green, fleshy, stringless, and delicious. This bean is recommended for processing right after the harvest and making into preserves.

    Dwarf Bean GOLDEN SAXA (“Złota Saxa”) – seeds

    Seeding depth: 2 – 4 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: 15. May – 15. July
    Spacing: 30-40 x 10 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    One package contains 40 g of seeds.

  • Goldmarie Climbing Bean

    A flat French bean variety. It yields large crops early. These vigorous plants require staking. They develop yellow, flat pods, 20 to 25 cm long, that are delicious and stringless. Recommended for consumption right after the harvest.

    Goldmarie Climbing Bean – seeds

    Seeding depth: 2 – 3 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: May – June
    Spacing: 50 x 60 cm
    Harvesting period: July – September

    One package contains 10 g of seeds.

  • Tara Yellow Dwarf Bean

    A medium late, exceptionally productive, dwarf French bean variety. It takes on a compact form and develops straight, vividly yellow fleshy and stringless pods, about 13 cm long. It is intended for direct consumption after the harvest and processing.

    Tara Yellow Dwarf Bean – seeds

    Seeding depth: 2 – 4 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: May – June
    Spacing: 40 x 50 cm
    Harvesting period: July – August

    One package contains 30 g of seeds.