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Actophan

50cmx40cm, mid season, flowers late January, average yields end February.

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Andrew Kent

A 1m tall plant with white/ lilac flowers followed by many flat straight beans in mid-January. Sow 1cm deep mid-November after last frosts, 20cm apart 30cm in between the rows, feed with COF and liquid feed with fish emulsion to keep nitrogen available. Water well throughout the growing season.

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Anto Nearly Round

50cmx40cm, mid season, flowers late January.

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Avalanche

35cm tall with early white flowers followed by masses of green beans with round pods mid-January. Sow 1cm deep mid-November after last frosts, 20cm apart 30cm in between the rows, feed with COF and liquid feed with fish emulsion to keep nitrogen available. Water well throughout the growing season.

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Black Coco

Opinions differ on the culinary qualities of this black seeded type. It is certainly a vigerous grower and can be used as a green bean or harvested as a dry bean. It has a somewhat nutty flavour and is obviously loaded with anthocyanins. Being adapted to cool growing conditions no doubt it will become very popular.

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Blue Ribbon

One metre tall plant with early beautiful bluish purple flowers followed by many blue/black striped green beans in mid-January. Sow 1cm deep mid-November after last frosts, 20cm apart 30cm in between the rows, feed with COF and liquid feed with fish emulsion to keep nitrogen available. Water well throughout the growing season.

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Cali

40cm tall early white flowers followed by beans in mid-January. Sow 1cm deep mid-November after last frosts, 20cm apart 30cm in between the rows, feed with COF and liquid feed with fish emulsion to keep nitrogen available. Water well throughout the growing season.

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Calypso

50cmx50cm, white flowers early January, high yields of green beans late January. Black and white seeds.

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Canario

50cmx40cm, early variety pink/white flowers mid January, high yields end February. Yellow seeds.

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Clipper

50cmx40cm, mid season variety, white flowers end January, high yields end February.

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Domino

50cmx40cm, mid season variety pink flowers end January, average yields late February. Black seeds.

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Dragon’s Tongue

Dutch heirloom a bush type plant 35cm tall with mauve flowers January followed by masses of blue/purple striped green beans. Sow 1cm deep mid-November after last frosts, 20cm apart 30cm in between the rows, feed with COF and liquid feed with fish emulsion to keep nitrogen available. Water well throughout the growing season.

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Extender

50cmx50cm early variety, purple flowers early January, followed by high yields of 8cm green beans in late January, sweet fantastic flavour.

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Gunlik

25cm tall with early purple flowers. Sow 1cm deep mid-November after last frosts, 20cm apart 30cm in between the rows, feed with COF and liquid feed with fish emulsion to keep nitrogen available. Water well throughout the growing season.

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Haricot Crevette

50cmx40cm, mid season, flowers late January, average yields end February. Haricot beans are considered to be the crème de la crème of French culinary beans. They are particularly flavoured for use in salads. How they got the name is a bit of a puzzle because crevette in French means shrimp.

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Hidatsa Red

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50cmx40cm, early variety, yellow flowers early/mid January, very high yields end February. Developed by the Hidatsa tribe along the Missouri river of North Dakota. It is quick maturing and can be used both as a green vegetable or as a dry bean. The cooked seeds have a very nice texture and make a superb red bean dip. One of the features of this bean is its excellent storage qualities.

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Jack Rabbit

Kidney bean (open pollinated) white flowers January followed by many beans in mid January. Sow 1cm deep mid-November after last frosts, 20cm apart 30cm in between the rows, feed with COF and liquid feed with fish emulsion to keep nitrogen available. Water well throughout the growing season.

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Jacobs Gasless

50cmx40cm, early variety pale pink flowers early January, very high yields end February. Red and white spotted seed.

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Kamiakin

50cmx40cm, mid season variety, pale pink flowers end January, high yields end February. This was bred about 30 years ago by Dr W Burke in Prosser, Washington State. It is a light red kidney bean that is resistant to curly top virus (The bean curse of the bean growers). It can be eaten as a green bean but is a bit stringy.

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Kelly Lake

Bush dry bean, white flowers early January. 10 seeds Sow 1cm deep mid-November after last frosts, 20cm apart 30cm in between the rows, feed with COF and liquid feed with fish emulsion to keep nitrogen available. Water well throughout the growing season.

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Kilham Goose

Heirloom bred by the Kilham family in Washington, bush dry bean 40cm semi trailing type with early white flowers followed by beans late January. Sow 1cm deep mid-November after last frosts, 20cm apart 30cm in between the rows, feed with COF and liquid feed with fish emulsion to keep nitrogen available. Water well throughout the growing season.

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Lavender Bush German

Early variety, 50cmx40cm, white flowers early January, green beans form at end January at 8cm stage. Mauve coloured smooth seeds.

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Le Monde

50cmx40cm, early variety, pinkish red flowers mid January, average yields end February.

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Lika Lake

Bush dry bean white flowers early January followed by round beans mid-January. Sow 1cm deep mid-November after last frosts, 20cm apart 30cm in between the rows, feed with COF and liquid feed with fish emulsion to keep nitrogen available. Water well throughout the growing season.

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