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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 '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)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £2.99

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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    • 1 packet (200 pea seeds)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £3.69

Pea 'Balmoral' (Late Maincrop)

Pisum sativum

Late maincrop

Round off the season with a delicious crop of peas that can be harvested as late as October from an early June sowing. Pea 'Balmoral' produces plenty of pods late in the year, each containing an average of 7 tasty peas. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread: 25cm (10").

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    • 1 packet (300 pea seeds)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £2.99

Pea 'Sugar Ann' (Sugarsnap)

Pisum sativum

A superb quality sugarsnap pea with round, fleshy, pale green, sweet tasting pods. Pea 'Sugar Ann' produces heavy crops from very early in the season. Its cropping period can be extended further with successional sowings. The succulent pods of this RHS AGM variety can be eaten immature while they are stringless but not so sweet. For sweeter, larger pods harvest them later when fully developed with the strings removed. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread: 25cm (10").

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    • 1 packet (250 pea seeds)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £2.99

Pea 'Canoe' (Second Early)

Pisum sativum

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Second Early

A well named and highly productive variety, producing long slightly curved pods with pointed tips that each contain up 12 peas. With such full pods, Pea 'Canoe' is set to become an ideal variety for exhibition. The heavy crops are carried on semi leafless stems for easy picking, and plants become virtually self supporting if grown in a block. Surplus crops of this wrinkle seeded pea freeze particularly well. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread: 25cm (10").



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    • 1 packet (300 pea seeds)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £2.29

Pea 'British Bred Collection'

Pisum sativum

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Try this superb collection of British bred peas. Specially selected for successional sowing to give you bumper crops throughout the season. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread: 25cm (10").

  • Collection comprises one packet each of:
  • Pea 'Balmoral' - Plenty of pods late in the year, each containing an average of 7 tasty peas.
  • Pea 'Oasis' - Huge yields of double pods per node, averaging 8 to 9 succulent, dark green peas per pod.
  • Pea 'Jaguar' - Quick to harvest and ideal for successional sowings.
  • Pea 'Twinkle' - Impressive Pea Wilt resistance and Downy Mildew tolerance for a trouble free crop.


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    • 4 packets - 1 of each variety (1050 seeds in total)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £9.99

Pea 'Hurst Green Shaft' (Second Early) - Part of the Alan Titchmarsh Collection

Pisum sativum

 
  • Gardeners' favourite
  • Excellent flavour

Maincrop.

One of the best second early varieties, Pea 'Hurst Green Shaft' produces a bumper crop of double pods each 10cm (4") long, packed with up to 10, occasionally 11 sweet and juicy peas. The majority of the pods are produced on the top of the plant, so reducing backache when harvesting. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread 25cm (10").



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    • 1 packet (250 pea seeds)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £2.99

Pea 'Sugar Snow Green' (Mangetout)

Pisum sativum, Snow Pea

This compact mangetout is a prolific cropper if harvested regularly while the pods are small and tender. The flat pods of Pea 'Sugar Snow Green' are delicious added to stir fries or steamed. This lovely dwarf variety is perfect for growing in smaller plots and containers on the patio. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread: 25cm (10").

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    • 1 packet (20 pea seeds)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £1.99

Pea 'Boogie' (Maincrop)

Pisum sativum

Maincrop

Maincrop Pea 'Boogie' produces excellent yields of blunt ended pods, each filled with up to 9 sweet, tender peas. This vigorous variety shows good all round disease resistance, including powdery mildew, making it ideal for later sowings. The semi leafless stems make harvesting easy and plants will become self supporting if grown in a block. Height: 75cm (30”). Spread: 25cm (10”).



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    • 1 packet (250 pea seeds)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £1.99

Pea 'Jumbo' (Maincrop)

Pisum sativum

Maincrop

As its name suggests, Pea 'Jumbo' produces large, straight, pointed pods reaching up to 13cm (5") long. Each generously proportioned pod contains up to 10 plump and tender peas with a delicious sweet flavour. This high yielding, vigorous maincrop has a long picking period and shows good resistance to Fusarium race 1. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread: 25cm (10").



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    • 1 packet (250 pea seeds)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £1.99

Pea 'Lincoln' - Heritage (Early Maincrop)

Pisum sativum

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Early Maincrop.

Pea 'Lincoln' produces curving green pods, each containing up to 9 tender peas with an outstanding sweet flavour. This heritage early maincrop variety is reliable and well known for producing heavy crops with regular picking. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread: 25cm (10").



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    • 1 packet (250 pea seeds)

    • Despatch: By end of April 2014
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    • £2.09