We now offer blackeye pea seedlings. These peas are practically a basic food group in the South where Farmer Kathleen grew up.
These edamames are sweet and nutty … and we bet you can’t just eat one.
Beans require at least six hours of sun for optimum growth.
These long, slender, medium-green beans are sweet and tender. Beans require at least six hours of sun for optimum growth.
These dark red seeds are beautiful in a summer salad.
Harvest green pods when young as they toughen when they reach full size. And, harvest continuously to increase the amount of fruits on the vine. Beans freeze well, but can also be refrigerated for a few days.
These light red Kidney Beans are a good choice for baking and stews due to their mild flavor and flaky texture.
These dark purple pods are flat but juicy. The are beautiful and delicious in a mixed salad.
Beans don’t get any prettier than this. These purple-mottled beans have tender, stringless pods that are delicious raw and particularly good in soups.
Picking these sweet tasting succulent peas when we are working in the hot sun is such a treat. We have planted them with radishes and various lettuces.
Two small seedlings or one large seedling per pot.
Photo courtesy of Restoration Seeds.
These pale yellow beans are long and slender and taste crisp and sweet. Beans require at least six hours of sun for optimum growth.