Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans
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Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans

Mr Fothergill’s Peas & Beans

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Broad Bean Bunyards Exhibition

Popular and versatile, for autumn and spring sowing, 6-8 white seeds per pod for large crops. Full of flavour.

Approx. 50 Seeds. 

Sow Indoors: Feb - Apr
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Feb - May, Oct - Nov
Flowers/Harvest: Jun - Aug

 

Broad Bean ‘The Sutton’

Abundant crops on dwarf plants, ideal for successional sowings. Hardy, stocky plant, suitable for more exposed locations and small gardens.  White seeded variety - Autumn & Spring sowing.

Approx. 50 Seeds. 

Sow Indoors: Feb - Apr
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Feb - Jun, Oct - Nov
Flowers/Harvest: Jun - Sept

 

Broad Bean ‘Aguadulce’

The ultimate in fine seeded broad beans, with very small, almost round, tender, sweet beans. Well filled pods sit horizontally on the plants for easier picking and contain approx. 5 beans each. 100cm(40in). White seeded variety.

Approx. 50 Seeds. 

Sow/Plant Outdoors: Oct - Feb
Flowers/Harvest: Jun - Aug

 

Dwarf Bean ‘Tendergreen’

Tasty, succulent, almost stringless pods on compact, bushy plants. Excellent source of folate, iron and magnesium.

Approx. 125 Seeds. 

Sow Indoors: Apr - May
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - Jul
Flowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct

 

Climbing Bean ‘Blue Lake’

A white seeded variety justly popular for the flavour of its heavy crops of round stringless pods. Dried beans can be used as haricots.

Approx. 100 Seeds. 

Sow Indoors: Apr - May
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - Jul
Flowers/Harvest: Jul - Oct

 

Runner Bean ‘Enorma’

Red flower variety. One of the most successful exhibition varieties, with long smooth shapely pods that can grow up to 50cm(20in) long.

Approx. 50 Seeds. 

Sow Indoors: Apr - May
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - Jul
Flowers/Harvest: Jul - Oct

 

Runner Bean ‘Moonlight'

Moonlight was the first (and we think the best) self-pollinating runner bean, giving bigger yields of tasty, stringless pods even in poor British summers.

Approx. 45 Seeds. 

Sow Indoors: Apr - May
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - Jul
Flowers/Harvest: Jul - Oct

 

Runner Bean ‘Polestar’

An exceptional variety which is early to crop and has a long picking season. Produces heavy yields of smooth, fleshy tasty pods.

Approx. 50 Seeds. 

Sow Indoors: Apr - May
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - Jul
Flowers/Harvest: Jul - Oct

 

Runner Bean ‘Scarlet Emperor’

A reliable favourite and arguably the most popular runner bean of all time. Early and heavy cropping.

Approx. 50 Seeds. 

Sow Indoors: Apr - May
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - Jul
Flowers/Harvest: Jul - Oct

 

Runner Bean ‘Scarlet Empire’

(Stringless red flowered variety) At last the bean that everyone has been waiting for, an improved form of the best selling bean 'Scarlet Emperor'. Bred to have greater tolerance of disease, whilst still retaining a great flavour. Prolific crops of long, slender beans on vigorous plants.

Approx. 45 Seeds. 

Sow Indoors: Apr - May
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - Jul
Flowers/Harvest: Jul - Oct

 

Pea ‘Kelvedon Wonder’

A prolific cropper offering masses of small peas in well filled, dark green pods. Suitable for successional sowings throughout the season.

Height: 45cm

Approx. 400 Seeds. 

Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - Jun
Flowers/Harvest: May - Oct

 

Pea ‘Onward’

An established dwarf pea which is suited to the UK climate. Exhibition worthy, it’s an old fashioned ‘marrowfat’ which has become hugely popular throughout the years. Disease resistant plants produce masses of blunt, dark green pods.

Height: 60cm

Approx. 275 Seeds. 

Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - Jun
Flowers/Harvest: May - Sept