Climbing and Dwarf Bean Seeds
Beans are the perfect introduction to gardening, requiring minimal effort with maximum yield. From the humble green bean to the exotic scarlet runner, beans offer a diverse range of flavours and textures, enriching your culinary repertoire.
Beyond their delectable taste, beans are nitrogen-fixing plants, enhancing soil fertility and benefiting neighbouring crops. Whether you have a sprawling garden or a compact balcony, beans adapt seamlessly to various spaces. Their fast growth also means swift results, making them an ideal choice for impatient gardeners eager to witness the magic of plant life.
With their adaptability, nutritional value, and sheer visual appeal, growing beans promises a delightful journey into the world of home gardening, providing not just sustenance but a sense of accomplishment and connection with nature.
This bean produces a pale yellow/cream pod in colour that grows to about 15cm in length. The complete pod is eaten although the ends can be trimmed if desired and is wonderful added to salads when small.
Seed should be back in stock 2024
Chatreuse Green Snake - 244CMK
Czar White - dwarf runner 39RW
El Beano -138NS
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Greek Gigante - 46RW
Haricot dâEspagne - 65NS
Hopi Yellow Bean - 257SS
Hopi Yellow Beans are a high-yeilding tasty, early maturing, pole green bean that can be eaten as a fresh green bean or a dried light yellow/beige bean. From Hopi Indian, also called "grease beans".
Propagate: Plant Hopi yellow bean seeds in spring either inside in trays for later outside transplanting or outside where you wish to grow, watch for slugs and snails.
Kaiapoi Red dwarf - RS
Scarlet Runner - 43RG
Tarahumara - Climbing Bean - 265SS
Tarahumara Climbing Beans are a very unusual deep purple bean, with a few grey and dark red types mixed in. A Climbing bean with dark lilac flowers and colourful pods, this bean hails from Mexico.
Propagate: Plant Tarahumara Climbing Bean seeds in spring either inside in trays for later outside transplanting or outside where you wish to grow, watch for slugs and snails.