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  • Beans Runner Wellington Wonder

    R26.00

    Phaseolus vulgaris

    A prolific producer of large flat pods. This New Zealand heirloom is a real prize in the garden. Runners grow well over 2 m tall and bears prolifically for 3-4 months if picked regularly. The beans are great as a cut bean, are stringless and freeze well.

    Resistant to Bean Anthracnose

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Beans Runner Witsa

    R26.00

    Phaseolus vulgaris

    Released in 1964. Witsa bean is a South African variety developed by the Horticultural Research Institute. A high yielding, oval, stringless pod. Witsa has become the South African staple. Witsa has become the runner bean that all others are compared to.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Beans Yard Long or Green Noodle

    R27.00

    Vigna sesquipedalis

    Heirloom. The yard long bean is a traditional oriental bean that never fails to impress. They are delicious, a quick addition to any meal and can be snapped into short pieces.

    It’s really around 40-50 cm long, but still a great bean for salads, snacking and dips. Pick before the beans fill out for the best flavour otherwise they tend to go a bit spongy.

    Approx. 25 seeds

  • Beetroot Albino White

    R26.00

    Beta vulgaris var crassa

    The sweetest of all beetroot. The white beets are where sugar beets are derived from. These Albino Whites, do not have the classic earthy taste that normal beets have and with its higher sweetness is sure to find a place on your dinner table.

    Approx. 100 seeds

  • Beetroot Chioggia

    R28.00

    Beta vulgaris var. crassa

    Chioggia beet is an beautifully coloured, old heirloom beet from Italy that was originally called Barbabietola di Bassano. It is a unique beetroot that has purple and white concentric rings. This beet contains the highest content of geosmin, an organic compound which gives beets their earthy taste and aroma. Also has a very high tolerance to bolting.

    Approx. 100 seeds

  • Beetroot Crimson Globe

    R26.00

    Beta vulgaris var crassa

    Crimson Globe is a great, fine fleshed, eating and storage variety. Grows well in most soils. This is an improved version of the very famous Detroit Dark red, with slightly rounder roots. This beetroot performs exceptionally well as a pickler and freezes very well.

    Approx. 100 seeds

  • Beetroot Crosby Egyptian

    R25.00

    Beta vulgaris var. crassa

    One of the earliest of beetroots, lovely, large, flattened roots that have a deep red interior. Developed in German in the late 1800’s this beetroot is a favourite table variety. The tops are awesome as well.

    Approx. 100 seeds

  • Beetroot Cylindra

    R26.00

    Beta vulgaris var crassa

    The home canners beetroot. Lovely, long, uniform roots. These roots are perfect for getting the most slices out, and produce a high amount of consistent rings, impeccable variety for preserving.

    Approx. 100 seeds

  • Beetroot Detroit Dark Red

    R25.00

    Beta vulgaris var. crassa

    Detroit dark red beets are considered one of the most outstanding beet varieties, and for more than a hundred years it served as a standard by which all other beets were judged. It produced well formed, almost round, blood-red 8cm diameter, nutritious roots. Growers regard it as one of the most dependable root crops to grow for taste and keeping quality. It grows well in almost all soil types, is heat and cold tolerant, has a good tolerance to bolting and is resistant to a number of diseases like Cercospora Leaf Spot and common Bean Mosaic Virus. It also has a moderate tolerance to Downy Mildew.

    Approx. 100 seeds