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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 '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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How to grow peas


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    • 1 packet (250 pea seeds)

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Pea 'All Season Collection'

Pisum sativum

Freshly picked peas are the crowning glory of a veg patch, nothing beats them for flavour! Get four months of easy pickings with our collection. This exclusive collection comprises; 'Arubis','Jaguar', 'Starlight' and 'Terrain'. You'll be amazed at the mildew resistance from our new Pea Terrain - plants will stand disease-free through to autumn. Arubis brings the earliest crops, while Starlight and Jaguar plug the mid season gap. More info
    • 1 packet (300 pea seed mix)

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Pea 'Kenobi' (Maincrop)

Pisum sativum

Maincrop.

Extend the sowing season with this major development in pea breeding! In our UK trials, Pea 'Kenobi' was sown in late July and pods were starting to swell by mid October. This semi-leafless variety is virtually self supporting when grown in a block, and will produce 3-4 pods per node, giving a good average yield of 8 peas to the pod. Good downy and powdery mildew resistance also helps to maximise cropping and prolong the season. Height: 60cm (24"). Spread: 25cm (10").



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How to grow peas


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    • 1 packet (100 pea seeds)

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    • £2.69 £0.99

Pea 'Terrain'

Pisum sativum

  • Outstanding garden performer with best ever mildew resistance
The most exciting development in shelling peas since the launch of current best seller Hurst Green Shaft. We've been truly amazed at the outstanding performance of this powerhouse pea. Yield, pod quality and taste - Pea Terrain couldn't be beaten in our 2015 trials, but most impressive was the resistance to both downy and powdery mildew. In a field surrounded by a dozen infected varieties, only Terrain stood clean and green, making it the best pea for late harvesting. Our final sowing on 31 July lead to a harvest starting 21 October through to the first heavy frosts in late November. Sow from March to August for a regular supply of slightly curved, pointed pods, each holding 7-8 peas. What's more, Pea Terrain produces two pods per node, bring double the harvest compared with older varieties. Height: 90cm (36"). Spread 30cm (12").
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    • 5 pea jumbo plug plants

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Pea 'Bingo' (Early Maincrop)

Pisum sativum

Early Maincrop.

Dark green, semi leafless plants produce pods in pairs, averaging 8 dark green peas per pod. Pea 'Bingo' is a heavy cropper, even in poor growing conditions. This early maincrop cultivar has strong root rot tolerance and good powdery mildew resistance. An ideal variety for growing in open ground or containers on the patio. Height: 80cm (31"). Spread: 25cm (10").



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How to grow peas


Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.

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    • 1 packet (100 pea seeds)

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    • £2.69

Pea 'Terrain'

Pisum sativum

The most exciting development in shelling peas since the launch of current best seller Hurst Green Shaft. We've been truly amazed at the outstanding performance of this powerhouse pea. Yield, pod quality and taste - Pea Terrain couldn't be beaten in our 2015 trials, but most impressive was the resistance to both downy and powdery mildew. In a field surrounded by a dozen infected varieties, only Terrain stood clean and green, making it the best pea for late harvesting.

Our final sowing on 31 July led to a harvest starting 21 October through to the first heavy frosts in late November. Sow from March to August for a regular supply of slightly curved, pointed pods, each holding 7-8 peas. What's more, Pea Terrain produces two pods per node, bring double the harvest compared with older varieties. Height: 90cm (36"). Spread 30cm (12").
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    • 1 packet (300 pea seeds)

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    • £2.99

Dwarf Bean 'Dulcina'

Phaseolus vulgaris, French Bean, Green Bean, Bush Bean

Dwarf Bean 'Dulcina' bears flat, dark green, stringless pods of up to 15cm (6") in length. The flat pods of this 'Roma' type bean can be sliced or cut into chunks and lightly steamed to preserve their delicious flavour. Despite its compact habit, this tasty dwarf bean is exceptionally productive. Height: 60cm (24"). Spread: 30cm (12").


Companion planting: Try growing French beans with Nasturtiums to draw aphids away from your crop.


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    • 1 packet (50 dwarf bean seeds)

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Runner Bean 'Lady Di'

Phaseolus coccineus

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Enjoy heavy crops of tender runner beans over a long season. Runner Bean 'Lady Di' is a red flowered variety producing completely stringless, 30cm (12") long pods. These delicious beans are particularly fleshy due to their very slow seed development, resulting in superb quality beans. Height: 3m (10'). Spread: 30cm (12").

Companion planting: Try growing runner beans with sweet peas to attract pollinating insects to the flowers, and Nasturtiums to draw aphids away from your crop.


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Companion PlantingHow to grow Runner Beans


Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.

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    • 1 packet (40 runner bean seeds)

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    • £3.69

Asparagus Pea

Lotus tetragonolobus, Tetragonolobus purpureus, Winged Pea

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An easy to grow, unusual vegetable with a unique gourmet flavour. A hint of asparagus - perhaps? Asparagus Pea goes with virtually any dish. Cook whole at 3cm (1in) long, preferably by steaming, and serve with a little melted butter. No flavouring should be used as this will destroy its own delicious taste. Asparagus Pea can also be used in the flower border as attractive ground cover.


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    • 1 packet (35 asparagus seeds)

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Runner Bean 'Millionaire' (Dwarf)

Phaseolus coccineus

By popular demand we have separated the pink flowered variety from our popular Dwarf Jackpot Mixed to launch Runner Bean Millionaire. This highly decorative form produces stringless, tender pods of an outstanding quality on short compact plants - perfect where lack of space prevents traditional runner bean growing. The attractive pink blooms are produced in abundance, creating a stunning display on the vegetable plot or in patio containers. Thanks to their sturdy, compact growth these runner bean plants require no support, simply harvest them regularly for a long season of delicious crops. Height: 50cm (20"). Spread: 30cm (12"). More info
    • 1 packet (20 runner bean seeds)

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Runner Bean 'Jackpot Mixed'

Phaseolus coccineus

The latest in British breeding! Dwarf Runner Bean 'Jackpot Mixed' produces stringless, tender pods of an outstanding quality on short compact plants - a major advance in habit and bean quality on previous dwarf varieties. The attractive flowers, which include pink, white, red, and red-and-white bicolour are produced in abundance, creating a stunning display on the vegetable plot or in patio containers. Thanks to their sturdy, compact growth these runner bean plants require no support, simply harvest them regularly for a long season of delicious crops. Height: 50cm (20"). Spread: 30cm (12").


Companion planting: Try growing runner beans with sweet peas to attract pollinating insects to the flowers, and Nasturtiums to draw aphids away from your crop.


Useful links:

Companion PlantingHow to grow Runner Beans

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    • 1 packet (20 runner bean seeds)

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    • £3.69