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Runner bean seeds from Suttons

by Diane - December 30th, 2016.
Filed under: Suttons Seeds.

Far too early to think about planting them but I’ve got my thinking cap on for what I want to grow next year.

Bean (Runner) Seeds – Enorma
Short-jointed plants producing an enormous crop of very long, smooth, slender beans of excellent shape and colour. Great beginner variety. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

Bean (Runner) Seeds – Jackpot Mix
Following in the same vein as Moonlight, Firestorm and Tenderstar. This is a cross between dwarf french beans and runner beans, producing huge yields of full size runner beans from compact plants.Pink, white & bicolour flowersHuge yields on compact plantsPerfect for pots & containersTom says: The baby of the family of next generation runner beans, this time crossed with a dwarf French bean to give the flavour and look of runner beans on compact self-fertile plants.

Bean (Runner) Seeds – Lady Di
A first-rate, stringless runner bean, producing an abundant crop of 25-30cm (10-12) long beans over a long period. Very good flavour and popular with local allotment holders who have trialled it. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.

Bean (Runner) Seeds – Moonlight & Firestorm
Self-pollinating and stringless. Contains Moonlight & Firetorm in equal quantities. Harvest July-October.Self-pollinating stringless beansAttractive white and red flowersHigh yields all summerLong tender stringless beans25p from the sale of each promotional pack goes to Cancer Research UK.

Bean (Runner) Seeds – Tenderstar
This new generation French-Runner bean cross sets beans easier, producing masses of 18-20cm (7-8) long pods throughout the summer whatever the weather. It boasts a good flavour and exceptionally tender texture. And the bicoloured red-and-pink flowers are extremely attractive too!