Product code: 12396
Although now commonly referred to simply as 'Navy' beans, into the middle part of the twentieth century they were more commonly known as "Navy Peas." This name is in reference to it being a staple food stock for the American Navy in the early years.
Product code: 12395
One of the best shelling varieties. The plant is short, strong, early ripe, in which the ripening of the first pods occurs by 55-60 days. Beans with a beautiful oblong shape and a length of 1.5-2 cm, dark red with small patches of white.
Product code: 12303
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.
Product code: 12299
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.
Product code: 12301
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.
Product code: 11955
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.
Product code: 11935
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.
Product code: 11351
It’s a very short plant with most of ours only growing a foot or so, making it perfect for growing in pots. Big crops of delicious tender “green beans” that are great as a stir fry, soup, stew, even a green salad vegie.
Product code: 11350
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.
Product code: 11348
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!
Product code: 11349
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.
Product code: 10697
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.
Product code: 11347
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.
Product code: 10961
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.
Product code: 10052
The sweetness of garden peas is legendary. The best way to stretch the harvest is to plant early and late varieties. This is our most productive pea in warm weather, also tolerant of cold for early sowing. Blunt, dark green pods with 7-8 medium-sized peas
Product code: 2524
In Belgium and the Netherlands this bean is called Boerentenen. In Greece they are traditionally prepared in a tomato sauce and baked in a dish called Gigantes Plaki. Extremely hard to find seed for this. These plants grow well in a cool climate also.
Product code: 1361
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!
Product code: 856
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.
Product code: 9061
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.
Product code: 9059
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.
Product code: 718
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.
Product code: 2523
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.
Product code: 6274
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.