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  1. Broad Bean Witkiem is perfect for early sowings in February and for successional sowing through to May. .

    Bean: Broad Bean 'Witkiem' Organic

    Broad Beans, Fava or Horse Beans.
    $2.73
    Broad Bean 'Witkiem' shows excellent tolerance to cold weather and is perfect for early sowings. Early to mature, it is also suited to standard and late sowings and can be sown as late as May. It produces top quality white beans with around five per pod.
  2. Bean 'Maxi' is an outstanding variety producing high yields of 15cm long, slender, stringless pods

    Bean: French Bean Dwarf 'Maxi' Organic

    French Bean, Dwarf French Bean
    $3.15

    Out of stock

    This French Bean may be dwarf but , oh la la – do they taste good! 'Maxi' is an outstanding variety producing high yields of long, slender pods that are stringless and full of flavour. Very easy to grow they give superb yields for a small amount of space, outlay and effort.
  3. Bean: French Bean Dwarf 'Purple Queen'

    Bean: French Bean Dwarf 'Purple Queen'

    French Bean, Dwarf Bean

    ‘Purple Queen’ French beans are the sort of fun, sassy crop every stylish gardener wants to grow in their good-looking veg plot. They race up their supports, burst into shocking magenta flower, and then produce hundreds of gorgeous regal purple beans which are a pure pleasure to eat.

  4. French Bean ‘Faraday’ is one of the best, if not the best new Dwarf French Bean to become available for some time.

    Bean: French Bean, Dwarf 'Faraday'

    French Bean, Dwarf French Bean
    $2.31

    French Bean ‘Faraday’ is one of the best, if not the best new Dwarf French Bean to become available for some time. A white bean variety that have excellent flavour, it produces extremely tender, uniform long, dark-green pencil pods. Harvest from late May right through to September.

  5. French Bean 'Speedy' is one of the earliest and quickest beans to produce pods to pick.

    Bean: French Bean, Dwarf 'Speedy' Organic

    French Bean, Dwarf French Bean
    $2.73
    French Bean 'Speedy' is one of the earliest and quickest beans to produce crops and is especially suited to late sowings. They are ideal for growing in patio containers or the vegetable plot and can be sown from late May to July. Harvest 60 days June to October.
  6. Dwarf French Beanf “Sprite” is a lovely, elegant variety bred in continental Europe, producing exquisite smooth pencil thin pods.

    Bean: French Bean, Dwarf 'Sprite'

    French Bean, Dwarf French Bean
    $2.10
    Sprite is a lovely, elegant variety, producing exquisite smooth pencil thin pods on bushy, compact plants which need no support. The beans are the ‘filet’ type, very slender round dark green stringless pods. Generously produced and very tender.
  7. Dwarf french bean Stanley is a  white flowering, white seeded variety that reliably delivers impressive yields of top quality beans.

    Bean: French Bean, Dwarf 'Stanley'

    French Bean, Dwarf French Bean
    $2.17
    'Stanley' is a white flowering, white seeded variety that reliably delivers impressive yields of top quality beans. Resistant to Halo Blight, Anthracnose and BCMV. it reliably delivers very abundant yields of long, straight pods and top quality beans.
  8. Bean: French Climbing 'Blue Lake Stringless'

    Bean: French Climbing 'Blue Lake Stringless'

    Climbing French Bean.
    Heritage (1885)
    $2.03

    Blue Lake is a classic choice for early beans of highest quality eating. A wonderfully prolific French climbing bean that does well even in adverse weather, the dark green pods remain stringless and fibreless at all stages of growth. They are tender and rich, and filled with white seeds that are of incomparable flavour.

  9. Cobra is one of the most reliable French beans around. The stringless pods grow up to 20cm long.

    Bean: French Climbing 'Cobra'

    Climbing French Bean.
    $2.59
    Cobra is one of the most reliable French beans around. This prolific cropper produces heavy yields of long, straight sweetly-flavoured beans over a long period. The stringless pods grow up to 20cm long. RHS AGM.
  10. Cobra is one of the most reliable French beans around. The stringless pods grow up to 20cm long.
    $2.87
    A prolific cropper, French Bean 'Cobra' is a black-seeded variety that produces beans ahead of most other varieties. With lovely pale violet flowers, this vegetable is pretty enough to grow in the ornamental garden, too. RHS AGM. Organic Seed.
  11. Early cropping Climbing Bean 'Fasold' bears decorative mauve flowers followed by huge harvests of superb flavoured French Beans.

    Bean: French Climbing 'Fasold'

    Climbing French Bean.
    $2.45

    Early cropping Climbing Bean 'Fasold' bears decorative mauve flowers followed by huge harvests of superb flavoured stringless French Beans. Quick to mature but slow to seed, allowing for a longer cropping period. Harvest from late May right through to September.

  12. French Bean 'Hunter' combine the tenderness and reliability of a French bean and the good, meaty harvest from a Runner.

    Bean: French Climbing 'Hunter'

    Climbing French Bean.
    $2.59
    'Hunter' is classic variety of French Bean. Heavy-yielding with a wide, flattened pod, they combine the tenderness and reliability of a French bean and the good, meaty harvest from a Runner. Suitable for use as an early or maincrop, for protected and outdoor production. RHS AGM.
  13. Hestia is a superb variety with all the best characteristics of modern runner beans, but on dwarf plants.
    $2.03

    Hestia is a superb variety with all the best characteristics of modern runner beans, but on dwarf plants. Very disease resistant and easy to grow, Grow in containers on balconies or patio, or as a border plant in small gardens. Hestia is the runner bean for gardeners with limited space and a love of bright colour!

  14. Beetroot ‘Albino Ice’ is an old Dutch variety that has a particularly sweet and delicate flavour.

    Beetroot 'Albina Ice'

    Maincrop. Also called 'Blankoma' or 'White Albino'
    Heritage (Dutch)
    $2.10

    Beetroot ‘Albino Ice’ is an old Dutch variety that has with ivory white flesh and a particularly sweet and delicate flavour. Sweeter and less earthy than red beetroot with a firmer texture, it is particularly good variety for salads, for roasting and for pickling it is also good for freezing.

  15. Beetroot “Bikores" has smooth-skinned red roots with dark-red flesh, it is a fairly sweet beetroot with a full and rounded flavour

    Beetroot 'Bikores'

    Red Bikores
    $1.75

    Beetroot Bikores produces smooth-skinned red roots with dark-red flesh, it is a fairly sweet beetroot with a full and rounded flavour and has consistently been one of the highest ranking beetroot in taste tests. It is resistant to bolting and suitable for early sowing under cloches and for maincrop use.

  16. Beetroot Boltardy is a smooth skinned globe variety with excellent resistance to bolting.

    Beetroot 'Boltardy'

    Globe Beetroot (Introduced in the early 1960s)
    $2.03
    Boltardy is a very popular and reliable globe-shaped beetroot. A tried-and-tested cultivar, used as a yardstick against which other beetroot are measured. Due to its excellent resistance to bolting, it is recommended for early sowing, NIAB and RHS AGM.
  17. Beetroot 'Bona' is a mid to late season variety that produces fabulous smooth, round roots with a dark skin and intense red flesh.

    Beetroot 'Bona'

    Mid to late season variety
    $1.96

    Beetroot 'Bona' is a mid to late season variety that produces fabulous smooth, round roots with a dark skin and intense red flesh. This top quality variety has a deliciously sweet flavour that can be enjoyed as mature roots or as tasty ‘baby beets’. Delicious whether they are eaten hot or cold, cooked or pickled.

  18. Beetroot 'Boston' is an excellent improved Boltardy selection. Slow bolting, it is ideal for early sowings.
    $1.75

    Beetroot 'Boston' is an excellent improved Boltardy selection. The round roots have a smooth skin and good internal colour and texture. Slow bolting, it is ideal for early sowings, this maincrop variety can be sown from early March right through to late August.

  19. Beetroot‘ Cheltenham Green Top’ is a heavy cropping tap-rooted old variety that has been around since before the 1880s.

    Beetroot 'Cheltenham Green Top'

    Maincrop
    Heritage (England 1880's)
    $2.03

    Out of stock

    Bred by A H Cook of Cheltenham, Beetroot ‘Cheltenham Green Top’ is still appreciated for its exceptional delicate flavour. They produce good strong tops for easy lifting and deep-purple tapering roots with a conical crown.
  20. Beetroot Cylindra, as its name suggests, grows a dark red, elongated, cylindrical root, 7 to 10cm (6 to 8in) long.

    Beetroot 'Cylindra'

    Cylinder Beetroot
    $2.03
    Beetroot Cylindra is a dark red, cylindrical root. This unique variety has a fine, smooth texture with little fibre, the root maintains its sweetness and tenderness over a long growing season. With an earthy-caramel taste, they are especially lovely when roasted.
  21. Beetroot Detroit 2 Bolivar is a classic, main-crop globe beetroot which produces excellent quality, smooth skinned globe beets.

    Beetroot 'Detroit 2 Bolivar' Organic

    Beetroot
    Heritage (USA 1892)
    $2.17
    Detroit 2 Bolivar is a classic, main-crop globe beetroot which produces excellent quality, smooth skinned globe beets with strong skin and flesh colour. It is a high yielding variety with good internal colouring and excellent taste.
  22. Beetroot Detroit 2 is a classic, main-crop globe beetroot.

    Beetroot 'Detroit 2 Crimson Globe'

    Beetroot
    Heritage (USA 1892)

    Detroit 2 Crimson Globe or Rote Ruben is a popular improved Detroit globe beetroot. It is a classic, main-crop beetroot which produces excellent quality, smooth skinned beets with strong skin and ox-blood flesh colour. It is recommended as a good cultivar to use for succession sowings.

  23. Who would have thought that peeling and caramelising a few roots in the oven, would glorify this humble root vegetable to new heights?

    Beetroot 'Golden Beetroot'

    Maincrop
    Heritage (USA 1940's)
    $2.31

    Golden Beetroots have a great mild taste and a slightly honeyed taste. They can be lifted young or left to mature. Sown March to July for harvesting June to December, they don’t dye other ingredients or stain the dishes, after all, at the end of a long work day, the last thing you want to do is get your hands dirty.

  24. These golden beauties are an absolute delight, with a slightly honeyed taste they are sweeter than red beetroots.

    Beetroot 'Golden Beetroot' Organic

    Maincrop
    Heritage (USA 1940's)
    $2.59
    Who would have thought that peeling and caramelising a few roots in the oven, would glorify this humble root vegetable to new heights? These golden beauties are an absolute delight, with a slightly honeyed taste. Use them baked sautéed, steamed or in soups. Organic Seed.

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