Bean Seeds

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You are spoilt for choice with organic bean varieties and many have fascinating heritage. From flavoursome black-podded beans, perfect for early-spring growing, to long heavy croppers, the organic grower has access to a real bean feast! The three types - runner, French climbing and broad, each offer the chance to grow this crop in a variety of scenarios.

You certainly get your money's worth from the bean family! Once they are up and growing, they are truly profuse. We recommend starting your beans during early spring in a propagator. It's important to get the roots nic. . . Show More >

You are spoilt for choice with organic bean varieties and many have fascinating heritage. From flavoursome black-podded beans, perfect for early-spring growing, to long heavy croppers, the organic grower has access to a real bean feast! The three types - runner, French climbing and broad, each offer the chance to grow this crop in a variety of scenarios.

You certainly get your money's worth from the bean family! Once they are up and growing, they are truly profuse. We recommend starting your beans during early spring in a propagator. It's important to get the roots nice and deep, so a deep or root trainer pot with good organic compost will ensure they get an excellent start. When planting, ensure all danger of frost has passed and, for the best results, give the planting hole a generous handful of your organic compost. Beans like their soil moist and a mulch in the summer will give the roots a much-needed boost. Your runner and French beans will need a little support, so canes and twine will help them on their way. Remember, planting out an older plant will help deter the slugs and snails!

Once you get your first crop, keep cropping - the more you pick, the more beans will appear! Broad beans have the added benefit of being able to be grown throughout winter for a spring crop, saving the precious soil from weeds and erosion during the quieter months. As well as being naturally delicious, beans make for superb soil improvers or green manures, simply dig them in to the soil at the end of the season.


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You are spoilt for choice with organic bean varieties and many have fascinating heritage. From flavoursome black-podded beans, perfect for early-spring growing, to long heavy croppers, the organic grower has access to a real bean feast! The three types - runner, French climbing and broad, each offer the chance to grow this crop in a variet. . . Show More >

You are spoilt for choice with organic bean varieties and many have fascinating heritage. From flavoursome black-podded beans, perfect for early-spring growing, to long heavy croppers, the organic grower has access to a real bean feast! The three types - runner, French climbing and broad, each offer the chance to grow this crop in a variety of scenarios.

You certainly get your money's worth from the bean family! Once they are up and growing, they are truly profuse. We recommend starting your beans during early spring in a propagator. It's important to get the roots nice and deep, so a deep or root trainer pot with good organic compost will ensure they get an excellent start. When planting, ensure all danger of frost has passed and, for the best results, give the planting hole a generous handful of your organic compost. Beans like their soil moist and a mulch in the summer will give the roots a much-needed boost. Your runner and French beans will need a little support, so canes and twine will help them on their way. Remember, planting out an older plant will help deter the slugs and snails!

Once you get your first crop, keep cropping - the more you pick, the more beans will appear! Broad beans have the added benefit of being able to be grown throughout winter for a spring crop, saving the precious soil from weeds and erosion during the quieter months. As well as being naturally delicious, beans make for superb soil improvers or green manures, simply dig them in to the soil at the end of the season.


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Bean Climbing French Cobra Organic Bean French Climbing (Organic) Seeds - Cobra

Average Packet Content 50 seeds

£3.49
Bean Climbing French Eva Organic Bean Climbing French (Organic) Seeds - Eva

Average Packet Content 90 seeds

£2.99
Bean Climbing French Helda Organic Bean Climbing French (Organic) Seeds - Helda

Average Packet Content 50 seeds

£2.99
Bean Drying Noir Organic Bean Drying (Organic) Seeds - Noir

Average Packet Content 50 seeds

£2.99
Bean Drying Pea Bean Organic Bean Drying (Organic) Seeds - Pea Bean

Average Packet Content 45 seeds

£2.99
Bean Dwarf French Aiguillon Organic Bean Dwarf French (Organic) Seeds - Aiguillon

Average Packet Content 75 seeds

£2.99
Bean Dwarf French Compass Organic Bean Dwarf French (Organic) Seeds - Compass

Average Packet Content 75 seeds

£2.49
Bean Dwarf French Maxi Organic Bean Dwarf French (Organic) Seeds - Maxi

Average Packet Contents 125 seeds

£2.99
Bean Dwarf French Royalty Organic Bean Dwarf French (Organic) Seeds - Royalty

Average Packet Content 75 seeds

£1.99
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You are spoilt for choice with organic bean varieties and many have fascinating heritage. From flavoursome black-podded beans, perfect for early-spring growing, to long heavy croppers, the organic grower has access to a real bean feast! The three types - runner, French climbing and broad, each offer the chance to grow this crop in a variety of scenarios.

You certainly get your money's worth from the bean family! Once they are up and growing, they are truly profuse. We recommend starting your beans during early spring in a propagator. It's important to get the roots nice and deep, so a deep or root trainer pot with good organic compost will ensure they get an excellent start. When planting, ensure all danger of frost has passed and, for the best results, give the planting hole a generous handful of your organic compost. Beans like their soil moist and a mulch in the summer will give the roots a much-needed boost. Your runner and French beans will need a little support, so canes and twine will help them on their way. Remember, planting out an older plant will help deter the slugs and snails!

Once you get your first crop, keep cropping - the more you pick, the more beans will appear! Broad beans have the added benefit of being able to be grown throughout winter for a spring crop, saving the precious soil from weeds and erosion during the quieter months. As well as being naturally delicious, beans make for superb soil improvers or green manures, simply dig them in to the soil at the end of the season.

You are spoilt for choice with organic bean varieties and many have fascinating heritage. From flavoursome black-podded beans, perfect for early-spring growing, to long heavy croppers, the organic grower has access to a real bean feast! The three types - runner, French climbing and broad, each offer the chance to grow this crop in a variety of scenarios.

You certainly get your money's worth from the bean family! Once they are up and growing, they are truly profuse. We recommend starting your beans during early spring in a propagator. It's important to get the roots nice and deep, so a deep or root trainer pot with good organic compost will ensure they get an excellent start. When planting, ensure all danger of frost has passed and, for the best results, give the planting hole a generous handful of your organic compost. Beans like their soil moist and a mulch in the summer will give the roots a much-needed boost. Your runner and French beans will need a little support, so canes and twine will help them on their way. Remember, planting out an older plant will help deter the slugs and snails!

Once you get your first crop, keep cropping - the more you pick, the more beans will appear! Broad beans have the added benefit of being able to be grown throughout winter for a spring crop, saving the precious soil from weeds and erosion during the quieter months. As well as being naturally delicious, beans make for superb soil improvers or green manures, simply dig them in to the soil at the end of the season.

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