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Novelties of heirloom seeds for the Fourth week of November 2018



The assortment of goods of our store has been replenished, - novelties of heirloom seeds. All the seeds before packaging are tested for germination and variety, so you can be sure that the plant that is mentioned in the description will grow.
 
Beans are native to Mexico, and have long been a part of the cuisines of Central and South America. Great for soups, burritos and other dishes, black beans have a meaty texture and are rich in antioxidants.
 
Grow this great bean for a really versatile, dual purpose plant. It produces straight and elegant, green, flat pods that mature and fatten to a shade of pale yellow. Each pod holds 4 or 6 soft skinned beans that you can cook fresh or dry for winter use.
 
Purple Kidney bean plants are erect, reach about twenty-four inches in height, require no support, are uniform in production, and are very productive. The pods are reach six to seven inches long with kidney-type beans that are large, meaty.
 
The plant is climbing up to 80 cm. The period from germination to the first collection is 60-65 days. The pods are green, 20-25 cm long, rounded, about 1 cm in diameter. Tastes are high. Young beans with a sweet, crunchy texture. Universal use.
 
Bean Handsome (swallow) - one of the best types of shelling varieties of grain beans. It comes from India. Today it is grown everywhere. The plant is short, unpretentious, ripen early and fructifies beans up to 15 centimeters long.
 
Earlier and higher yielding version of the Black Turtle bean we all love, Eclipse has impressed nearly everyone by having all the flavor and color of the traditional Black Turtle but returning many more pounds of beans and maturing nearly a week earlier.
 
Bring the bright, garden sunshine right to your plate. Pick 'Eureka' as a young, filet bean or let mature to a beautiful, bright yellow. Plants produce heavy yields of very tender, 5"–6" beans, and yellow pods make finding the harvest a snap!
 
Broad Improved Long Pod beans are quite distinct from other beans, the upright plants bear 7" pods, containing 5 or 6 big flat oblong beans that are used in the green shell or dry stage. Cooked fresh or as a winter shell bean.
 
A longtime favorite, this bean’s round pods are 6” long. Yield is heavy and prolonged. Flavor and texture are excellent, particularly when picked at a modest size. Equally good for freezing or eating fresh.
 
Climbing plant, up to 3m. The vegetation period until the ripeness of grain is 100-120 days. The pods are thin, 30-80 cm long, green in color, fleshy, fiberless, tastier and sweeter than asparagus beans. Black beans.
 
This is a mid-season variety of beans. The vegetation period from germination to ripeness is 90-100 days. The bush is upright, 50-70 cm high. Pods are 9-12 cm long, with 4-6 beans. Seeds are oval-elliptical shape, white and burgundy color.
 
75 days. Phaseolus lunatus. Open Pollinated. Bush type plant produces high yields of delicious 5" long lima beans. Each pod contains 4 or 5 large lima beans. Excellent choice for home gardens and market growers.
 
100 days. Phaseolus lunatus. Open Pollinated. Plant produces excellent yields of large lima beans. This plant produces attractive Christmas colored beans - large wide seeds marked in streaks of white and dark maroon.
 
Climbing beans with long pods (26cm) dark purple color. The plant is mid-ripening. Several crops are recommended for continuous harvest. Used for fresh market, conservation and freezing. The plant needs extra support. It has a rich taste.
 
Dwarf (bush) bean. Named after the beens resemblance in colour and shape to a kidney. The seeds within the pods are used as a dried bean and have an excellent flavour ideal for soups, stews and homemade baked beans.
 
This is the climbing variety of stregonta. Shell Bean. Climbing type. Bright Red/white pods, cream colored beans with red flecks. Earlier to mature than most. Vigorous grower, heavy producer, excellent taste.
 
Bush, 95 days, Splendid dark purple-black bean that is widely grown throughout Latin America, and known there by numerous common names. The compact bush plants are very productive and yield reliably even in the north!
 
Organic Lentil sprouts are high in fiber, protein and amino acids, vitamins A, C, B complex and E, iron, calcium and phosphorous. Raw organic red lentil sprouts can have a mild peppery flavor.
 
This healthy and versatile food (yes, the latin name means edible lens!!) is a great staple for anyone interested in healthy, frugal living and is very easy to grow at home. Probably the fastest cooking of all the legume family.
 
Petite French Green Lentils have a pleasant, peppery flavor and lovely dark green color. No need to pre-soak these delicious legumes! They cook on the stovetop in just 25 minutes and are a terrific choice for dishes like salads and soups.
 
This is a mid-lateed shelling variety. The vegetation period from germination to technical ripeness 90-100 days. Stems powerful, 80-100cm high. Pods about 8 cm long, wide, green in color, contain 8-9 large peas, excellent taste.
 
Alderman is a firm favourite of home growers up and down the country. A dependable variety that gives you big crops of large, quality dark green pea pods. It’s the sweetness that really ring trues with this beautiful-tasting variety so enjoy big harvests.
 
Treat your family to a delectable fresh garden pea this season with Lincoln, a very high-yielding variety that offers pairs of 4½- to 5-inch pods all up and down its compact stems. Easy to shell and boasting 6 to 9 well-stuffed peas in every pod.
 
Pea is a prolific and early yielding shelling pea! This wrinkle-seeded pea is fast growing and produces plump dark green pods. Enjoy 7-9 delicious peas per pod that are perfect for soups or as a side dish. The Progress holds well on the vine.
 
This reliable, popular variety is the classic fresh market pea. Knight’s broad, 3-1/2 to 4" long pods stand up well to handling and yield 6 to 8 tender peas each. Bred at the NYAES in Geneva, NY by Dr. G. Marx, this compact 20 to 24.
 
Vigna mungo or also known in various common names such as Black Gram, Urd Bean, Black Matpe, and Black Mung Bean, is an erect, hairy, and bushy annual plant with a well-developed tap root and grows up to 100 cm in height.
 
While there are several cool season legumes grown as field crops in the U.S. (such as chickpeas, lentils, lupines, and faba beans), there are relatively few alternative legumes that are heat and drought tolerant.
 
These wonderful large beans mature in 75-85 days when sown in the spring, or 6 months if fall sown. Plants grow 90-120cm (3-4′) tall. The light green pods, which contain 6-7 large pale green seeds each, shell easily.
 
Although very familiar to many, the chick pea is a crop rarely seen in the UK, though it has been cultivated for centuries in Asia and the Mediterranean. Our seed comes from Italy, and is of the white-skinned variety which has a superior flavour.
 
Early with delicious, buttery flavor and tender-firm texture. Plump, pale green pods average three seeds per pod. Compact plants average 2 feet tall and have a concentrated set which allows for hand or machine harvest.
 
This is an early variety of sweet pepper. Fruits of cubical form 10x10cm, thick-walled, four-chamber, weighing 200-220 grams. In technical ripeness, the fruit is green, in biological - red. fruits have high taste and high sugar content.
 
Snow Green is a fantastic variety that produces high numbers of long thin stringless mange-tout pods with good tolerance to hot weather. It is perfect steamed or eaten straight from the plant.
 
This is an early variety of sweet pepper. Fruits of cubical form 10x10cm, thick-walled, four-chamber, weighing 200-220 grams. In technical ripeness, the fruit is green, in biological - yellow. fruits have high taste and high sugar content.
 
This is a mid late beet variety. Vegetation period - 125 days. It has large cylindrical root crops of dark red color, without concentric rings, with sweet pulp, weighing 250-300 grams. It is suitable for fresh use, processing and long storage.
 
This is a mid-late variety of beets with homogeneous cylindrical juicy root crops of dark red color without concentric rings 5-7 cm in diameter. The variety has a low tendency to diseases. It is recommended for the fresh use, processing and storage.
 
Start Peanut seeds and enjoy your own harvest of delicious Peanuts! Peanut Plant seeds can be planted directly outdoors for areas with long growing seasons as they need 5 months of warm weather.
 
This classic giant variety produces large, yellow heads and big, delicious white seeds perfect for roasting. It also grows very tall, 10’-12’! Fun to grow and eat.
 
In just 110 days from direct sowing, this HEIRLOOM grows 3.6m (12′) tall. Its 60cm (24″) flowers produce delicious and nutritious sunflower seeds, or they can be dried and hung in the garden as a natural bird feeder.
 
This is a mid-early variety of white cabbage, which has dense cabbages of a rounded flat shape, light green in color, weighing up to 4 kg. It is recommended for long-term storage and pickling. The variety is resistant to fusarium wilt.
 
The variety is of average maturity, the growing season is 110-115 days. Head weight up to 4.5 kg. The heads of cabbages are round and flat rounded, dense. Internal stump is medium in size. The variety is intended for short-term storage (for 3 months).
 
The variety is mid-ripening, to flowering - 76-79 days, to seed ripening 154-161 days. The yield of green in the phase of mass flowering is 27-30 t/ha, the mass of one plant is 280-300 grams. Seeds are black, weight is 1000 pieces. - 1.0-1.1 grams.
 
A mix of low-growing varieties of basil for home-grown. The vegetation period from germination to the first slices 40-60 days. Plants are upright, compact, 20-40 cm tall. Leaves of various sizes and flavors, green, red and purple.

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