• Bean – Black and White Trout bush bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Black and White Trout bush bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'A beautiful and hard-to-find heirloom bean of German origin. The beans are mottled black or dark purple on a white background. The bushes grow vigorously and produce masses of pods. The beans can be harvested at a young stage or left to dry in the pod. This is one of…
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  • Bean – Christmas lima bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Christmas lima bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This is a very attractive lima bean: the whites and dark reds of the seed coat resemble festive colours, hence the name. Christmas lima beans are from Peru and have been around since the 19th Century (they reached America in the 1840s). They are heavy yielding, great tasting, beautiful and…
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  • Bean – Dixie butterpea/lima bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Dixie butterpea/lima bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Dixie Butterpea is a bush-type lima bean that impresses me each time I grow them. The green pods are inedible, but the beans can be harvested when the pods start to swell and can be used as a shelled bean, or the dried beans can be harvested once the pods…
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  • Bean – Eye of the Tiger pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Eye of the Tiger pole bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This stunning dry pole bean goes by various names that include Ojo de Tigre, Pepa de Zapallo and Tiger’s Eye. When mature the seeds have a dusty gold colour with swirls of maroon. The plants climb up to 1.8m but don’t get too out of hand. Very good yields can…
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  • Bean – Florida Speckled lima bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Florida Speckled lima bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This small to medium butter bean is one that amazed me with the number of pods it set through summer right up until winter. This is a very popular bean in the south-west US as it can handle the heat and is drought tolerant. The beans are flat, white with…
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  • Bean – Good Mother Stallard pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Good Mother Stallard pole bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Named after Carrie Belle Stallard of Virginia, in the US, this variety dates back to the 1930s. What a beauty of a bean! They are remarkably round, almost like marbles, and are a mixture of maroon and white. The beans produce pole-type plants that will vine up to 1.8 m…
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  • Bean – Green Hyacinth Pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Green Hyacinth Pole bean

    • R15.00 incl VAT
    • This variety comes from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: Hyacinth beans are also known as Lab-lab bean is native to Africa and are a favourite in the Indian communities where they are referred to as Surdi Papdi. Hyacinth beans are often grown as ornamentals as they cover a large area climbing 3 m vertically and horizontally and show off…
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  • Bean – Molly’s Zebra pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Molly’s Zebra pole bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This is an extremely productive pole bean that was bred in Australia as a green cut bean. I think it can be used in many more ways, including as a shelling bean and dried if you don't get to them in time. The purple streaks on the thick, 12 to…
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  • Bean – Papa de Rola pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Papa de Rola pole bean

    • R30.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Originally from Portugal, Papa de Rola means “dove breast”. This is one of the prettiest dry beans out there - round with half-white and tan with maroon streaks. This is a pole bean that needs trellising as it reaches heights of 1.8 m. Expect bumper crops of beautiful plump beans.…
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  • Bean – Pink Eye Purple Hull Cowpea Quick View
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    • Bean – Pink Eye Purple Hull Cowpea

    • R25.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This delectable, nutty-flavoured cowpea is perfectly suited to hot summer heat. This classic variety of cowpea has long been a favourite across the world and especially in the southern parts of the USA for its impressive heat tolerance and wild productivity. The plants grow quickly in the face of intense…
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  • Bean – Skunk pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Skunk pole bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This is very good-looking pole bean. Skunk beans have been grown by the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) people for many generations in North America. Each bean is uniquely mottled black and white. The name is self-explanatory once you see the bean up close. The vines like a taller trellis and can easily…
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  • Bean – Snow on the Mountain lima bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Snow on the Mountain lima bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Productive and lovely looking smallish bean that was grown in the family of Reverend Roy Blount, Louisiana, from 1880. The white colouration resembles snow on the dull red/brown background - it's a fitting name for this bean. The plants climb up to 1.5 m in height, but love to grow…
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  • Bean – Turkey’s Craw pole bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Turkey’s Craw pole bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This variety’s original seeds were apparently found in a wild turkey’s craw ... hence the name. The mature seed is brown with tan flecks. The plants have a pole habit and produce fat stubby 10 cm pods from the ground right up to the top of the plant. The pods…
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    • Bean – Velvet Bean

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    • This variety comes from Peak Week Pods.This is an annual pole bean that produces eye-catching tropical dark green leaves. Velvet beans have various uses in herbal medicine but are also important cover crops for their nitrogen-fixing qualities. They are native to Africa and Asia, and are an interesting addition to any home garden.  15 seeds
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  • Bean – Zagreb’s Soldier bush bean Quick View
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    • Bean – Zagreb’s Soldier bush bean

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Zagreb's Soldier is a heirloom variety that originates from Croatia. It is also known as the 'soldier bean' as the pattern on the bean resembles a soldier figure. These bush beans are extremely drought tolerant and produce masses of pods that shell very easily when dry. The dry beans can…
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  • Corn – Black Aztec Quick View
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    • Corn – Black Aztec

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: ‘This is a heritage, open-pollinated corn variety that was grown very long ago by the Aztecs. Black Aztec can be found in seed catalogues dating back to the 1860s. The massive plants grow up to 2 to 2.5 m and produce 10 to 15 cm cobs filled with blueish black…
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  • Corn – Chires BabyCorn – Chires Baby Quick View
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    • Corn – Chires Baby

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'This is a real miniature corn. The plants grow up to 1.6 m tall and put a lot of their energy into forming many small cobs on a single plant. For the perfect baby sweet corn, the mini cobs should be harvested a week after the silks are produced. Baby…
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  • Corn – Glass Gem Quick View
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    • Corn – Glass Gem

    • R25.00 incl VAT
    • This variety is from Peak Weak Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'Stunning glossy colours! Translucent kernels shine like glass and resemble glass beads on the cob. Glass Gem isn't a true heirloom variety, but rather a combination of several heirloom corn varieties. This makes it very popular and exciting as you can never determine what combination of colours you will find…
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  • Corn – Strawberry PopcornCorn – Strawberry Popcorn Quick View
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    • Corn – Strawberry Popcorn

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    • This variety is from Peak Week Pods. JC Terblanche says: 'I think this is one of the coolest and easiest crops to grow and is a must try for all gardeners. It's not certain from where strawberry popcorn originates, but some believe it to be a very old North American corn. The image and name are pretty self-explanatory and it's…
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