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Pea & Bean Seeds


Peas and beans are easy to grow and great for children too. Sowing in succession (every few weeks) means you'll have a continuous crop throughout the summer. Try growing sweet peas next to your runner beans to improve pollination.



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Pea 'Oregon Sugar Pod' (Mangetout)

Pisum sativum, Snow Pea

A hugely popular variety, Pea 'Oregon Sugar Pod' produces large, fleshy double pods with a deliciously, sweet flavour. Pick them young while they are tender and stringless - perfect for steaming and adding to stir fries. This superb Mangetout produces heavy yields over a long period and shows good resistance to mildew which will certainly extend the picking season. Height: 90cm (35”). Spread: 25cm (10”).

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    • 1 packet (250 pea seeds)

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    • £2.99

Pea 'Hurst Green Shaft' (Second Early)

Pisum sativum

 Customer Rating
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit

Second Early

Pea 'Hurst Green Shaft' is double podded, producing particularly heavy yields of up to 11 peas per 10cm (4") pod. This second early, wrinkle seeded variety carries its pods upon the top 30cm (12") of the stems, making them easier to harvest, with fewer backaches! This superb RHS AGM variety has a fabulous flavour and freezes nicely. Pea 'Hurst Green Shaft' also shows good resistance to downy mildew and fusarium wilt. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread: 25cm (10").


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    • 1 packet (250 pea seeds)

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Pea 'Alexandra' (Maincrop)

Pisum sativum

Maincrop

Pea 'Alexandra' produces broad, dark green and slightly curved pods, each containing 8 or 9 tasty peas. Specifically bred for its resistance to downy and powdery mildew, this new variety remains disease free for a longer cropping season. In recent trials, this maincrop variety produced a good crop of peas into October from a July sowing. Height: 45cm (18"). Spread: 25cm (10").

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    • 1 packet (300 pea seeds)

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    • £2.19

Pea 'Meteor' (First Early)

Pisum sativum

First Early.

With a neat, dwarfing habit and excellent winter hardiness, Pea 'Meteor' is ideal for growing in containers and exposed areas, even as an autumn sown crop. This superb first early, round seeded variety produces an abundance of small, but well filled pods. A superb pea for your first harvest of the season, and with a better flavour than the old variety 'Feltham First'. Height: 45cm (18"). Spread: 25cm (10").



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    • 1 packet (250 pea seeds)

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    • £2.69

Pea 'Rondo' (Maincrop)

Pisum sativum

Maincrop.

In T&M trials this exceptional maincrop pea outperformed other varieties, proving itself more than worthy of its RHS AGM. Bearing two pods per node, Pea 'Rondo' produces excellent yields of the highest quality, straight, long pods, containing an average of 10 deliciously plump peas per pod. This wrinkle seeded pea also shows good resistance to Fusarium wilt race 1. An excellent variety for freezing or eating freshly picked. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread: 25cm (10").



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Pea 'Kelvedon Wonder' (First Early)

Pisum sativum

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First Early

A popular RHS AGM variety for successional sowings throughout spring, and a particular favourite for June sowings. Pea 'Kelvedon Wonder' produces 2 pods per node with each narrow pod containing up to 8 succulent peas. This heavy yielding and reliable first early variety shows resistance to Pea Wilt, and good tolerance to Downy Mildew. Height: 45cm (18"). Spread: 25cm (10").

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Broad Bean 'The Sutton'

Vicia faba, Fava Beans

An excellent dwarf variety that produces plenty of 15cm (6”) pods each containing five small, but deliciously tender beans, which are excellent for freezing. Broad Bean 'The Sutton' is ideal for successional sowings in spring, or can be sown under cloches in autumn for particularly early crops. The neat compact plants are ideal for small gardens or growing in containers. Height: 30cm (12”). Spread: 25cm (10”).


Companion planting: Try growing broad beans with summer savory to help repel black bean aphids, a common pest of broad beans.


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    • 1 packet (30 broad bean seeds)

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    • £2.99

Pea 'Sugar Flash' (Sugarsnap)

Pisum sativum

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Early to pod, only 9 weeks from sowing, and producing abundant crops of stringless, juicy, sweet Sugarsnap pea pods, each around 7cm (3”) in length. Pea 'Sugar Flash' has good heat tolerance during hot summer conditions and powdery mildew resistance that ensures excellent yields. This versatile variety can be picked as a Mangetout just as the 'peas' begin to swell, but are best left until swollen in the pods for maximum sweetness when eaten whole as Sugar snap peas. Height: 70cm (28”). Spread: 25cm (10”).

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    • 1 packet (100 pea seeds)

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    • £2.99

Pea 'Kennedy' (Mangetout)

Pisum sativum, Snow Pea

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With parentage that includes the ever popular variety 'Oregon Sugar', this British bred Mangetout pea produces fabulous dark green pods with a super-sweet flavour. The flowers of Pea 'Kennedy' set early for an abundant crop of tasty pods. Well known for its high yields, this strong growing Mangetout also shows good resistance to powdery mildew which will certainly extend the picking season. Height: 100cm (39"). Spread: 25cm (10").

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    • 1 packet (100 pea seeds)

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    • £2.99

Broad Bean 'Robin Hood'

Vicia faba, Fava Beans

Green seeded variety, Broad Bean 'Robin Hood' produces abundant crops of short pods, each containing up to 6 delicious beans. These compact plants have a neat habit that makes them ideal for growing in patio containers as well as in the vegetable garden. The flavoursome beans are ideal for freezing and won't discolour. In mild areas, Broad Bean 'Robin Hood' can be autumn sown for earlier crops the following year. Height: 35cm (14"). Spread: 25cm (10").


Companion planting: Try growing broad beans with summer savory to help repel black bean aphids, a common pest of broad beans.


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    • 1 packet (35 broad bean seeds)

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    • £2.99

Pea 'Twinkle' (First Early)

Pisum sativum

First Early.

Pick fresh, tasty peas early in the season with this quality, British bred variety. Enjoy trouble-free, bumper crops from Pea 'Twinkle' thanks to its impressive Fusarium Wilt resistance and Downy Mildew tolerance. This compact first early variety is self-supporting when grown in blocks - perfect for successional sowing for a longer cropping period. Height: 55cm (22"). Spread: 25cm (10").



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    • 1 packet (250 pea seeds)

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    • £2.99

Pea 'Ambassador' (Maincrop)

Pisum sativum

Maincrop

This reliable maincrop has outstanding resistance to mildew making it ideal for producing late season crops from successional sowings. Pea 'Ambassador produces heavy yields of blunt ended pods, each containing up to 9 delicious, dark green peas. This superb RHS AGM variety is reliable in most soils, producing top quality crops on semi-leafless stems that make for easier picking. Height: 80cm (31"). Spread: 25cm (10").



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    • 1 packet (300 pea seeds)

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    • £2.69