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Broad Bean Seeds - Sciabola Verde

  • Catalogue Code 1030-3193
  • Pack Contents: 60x Broad Bean Seeds
  • Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit
  • Super-length pods
  • Enjoy the smugness that comes with home-growing

Sciabola Verda is vigorous spring-sown, longpod variety of broad bean that produces pods up to a whopping 40cm (16in) in length with up to 10 beans per pod.

Hard to say perhaps, but easy to grow exclusive Sciabola Verda broad beans are a real treat for early summer and are worth picking as soon as ready, when young and tender.

So impressive in taste and easy to grow that the Royal Horticultural Society has given Sciabola Verda the Award of Garden Merit.

The unique flavour of Sciabola Verda is perfect hot from boiling or steaming but we recommend that you just serve them warm as part of a fresh and healthy bean salad. In every packet you receive 60 seeds to give you a potential crop of hundreds of pods to enjoy through the summer.

Got more to spare than your need yourself? This variety retains its flavour well when frozen. Why not, pass on to neighbours or the local vegetable-growing community and share your appreciation for growing.

Size
Sufficient for 15ft / 4.5m Row

Features

  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
  • Will flower well in full sun
  • Varieties that, in our selector's opinion, have exceptional flavour
  • Recommended for Exhibition growing
  • Suitable for freezing

Growing Calendar for Broad Bean Seeds - Sciabola Verde

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Harvest

Broad Bean Seeds - Sciabola Verde 1030-3193

Sow Indoors: February-March, singly in clean pots or modules of compost 2in (5cm) deep. Water well.

Sow Outdoors: March-April, direct into the required harvest position, 2in (5cm) deep, 8in (20cm) apart in double rows 8in (20cm) apart. Leave 18in (46cm) between each double row. Keep soil moist at all times.

Plant Out: Indoor raised crops in April 8in (20cm) apart in double rows 8in (20cm) apart. Leave 18in (46cm) between each double row.

Harvest: June-August

Run strings both sides along the double row at 12in (30cm) and 24in (60cm) from the ground, supporting stems as they grow. Pick young for best flavour.

Standard Seeds E.C Rules and Regulations.

13-Jul-2018
Rating:5

planted out from green house in March and picked 1st june after a cold wet late spring ,a very nice green colour on plate when cooked .

22-Jun-2018
Rating:5

I have planted another broad bean on my allotment for over 35 years in October .the last time I did this they rotted in the ground 2years running ,then I saw your new broad bean sciabola Verde,that can be planted in the spring ,the best broad bean I have ever grown that's why I have orderd more this year ,the picture on the packet is how your beans grow ,I did not have one pod with less that 8 beans .thank you I will grow them again next year ,

13-Apr-2018
Rating:5

100% Germination. can't ask more that that

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