This great pea and bean offer includes 1 packet each of the following varieties:
Pea Early Onward - Of vigorous growth, short jointed and heavy cropping with well-filled, blunt pods. Recommended for deep freezing. Height 60cm (2'). RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Early Peas - usually ready for use 11-14 weeks after sowing. Average seeds 300.
Pea Oregon Sugar Pod - A delicious 'Mangetout' Sugar Pea with long, fleshy, slightly curved pods. Gather while young and cook them whole. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. This variety has been trialled, tested and recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. Snap Peas (Mangetout) - These peas have edible pods which are thick and juicy - so no shelling is required! Round, firm and sweetly delicious, the tender young pods can be cooked and served whole, or if preferred, the peas and pods can be prepared and served separately. Height 105-120cm (3½-4'). Average seeds 260.
Dwarf French Bean Borlotto Firetongue - An Italian speciality, used extensively in Minestrone soups or as dried shelled seeds (haricots) in a wide range of dishes. The flat pods are attractively red mottled, as are the large tasty seeds. Pick when young as normal French Beans if required. Known also as Kidney Beans. Average seeds 100.
Runner Bean Galaxy - A first-class red flowered purple seeded runner bean, producing good crops of long, smooth, narrow, stringless pods over a period of several months. The taste is delicious and the variety is also Anthracnose resistant. Double row 3.7m (12'). Maturing 12-16 weeks from sowing. Average seeds 50.
Dwarf French Bean Ferrari - An outstanding dwarf french bean producing high yields of 15cm (6") long, slender, straight, round pods that are stringless and full of flavour. They have a good shelf-life, but also freeze well. Resistant to Anthracnose, Halo Blight and Mosaic Virus. Maturing time 12 weeks from sowing. Also known as Kidny Beans. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Average seeds 130.