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Bean - Broad bean Red Seeded - 32RG1B

Bean - Broad bean Red Seeded - 32RG1B

Details  Rick received this bean from the Southern Seed Exchange many years ago and has become his favorite Broad bean for his own personal supply.Botanical name  Vicia FabaPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30Grower name  Ric Ginders

Bean - Dalmation - 108RG7A

Details  Believed to have arrived to New Zealand with the Dalmation gum diggers. A long string-less bean with green skin and purple streaks. Excellent raw or cooked. A vigorous climber to 2 metres.Botanical name  Phaseolus vulgarisPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30Grower name  Richard Tew
Bean - Crystal - 109RW11A

Bean - Crystal - 109RW11A

Details  This climbing bean was given to Richard 2017 under the name 'Crystal', grows to 2 -3 metres tall and produces a black seed.Botanical name  Phaseolus vulgarisPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40Grower name  Richard Watson
Bean- Indian Hannah - 80RW69A

Bean- Indian Hannah - 80RW69A

Details  Indian Hannah bean was imported from North America by Mark Christensen, Research Director at the Heritage Food Crops Research Trust. Its a ancient mix of varieties traditionally grown together by the Lenape/Delaware Indian Nation.


Botanical name  Phaseolus vulgarisPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30Grower name  Richard Watson

Bean - Mr Ineson's 76NS41A

Details  A prolific bean that can be eaten green and are always stringless. A 100 year old variety given to Mark Christensen by Helen Walker.Botanical name  Phaseolus vulgarisPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30Grower name  Nev and Sue Sinclair

Bean - Borlotti - 77NS26A

Details  A productive vigorous climber, Long vines that will grow to 6m tall if provided support, ideal as a drying bean. Borlotti are descendants from the original Cranberry beans that originated in ColombiaBotanical name  Phaseolus vulgarisPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30Grower name  Nev and Sue Sinclair

Bean - Major Cook - 123RW72A

Details  
Grows to 3m+
Major Cook bred the bean along with Mr Luxton, his colleague, in a small town in the North of France named Albert, on the Somme, where they both lived, working for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Major Cook was area superintendent, and continued to train gardeners throughout his career. Major Cook began his career in Horticulture, being a student at Kew Gardens in London. He worked for the CWGC in Normandy from 1946 to 1954, then on the Somme from 1954 onward. So the bean was developed after 1954.


Botanical name  Phaseolus vulgarisPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30Grower name  Richard Watson
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