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'Black Runner Bean Seed'

Heritage Seeds Range

…the varieties below to view items: Bean : Broad Bean : Dreadnought Bean : Broad Bean : Green Windsor Bean : Climbing Bean : Selma Zebra Bean : Dwarf Bean : Bush Blue Lake Bean : Dwarf Bean : Pencil Pod Black Wax Bean : Runner Bean : Crusader Bean : Runner Bean : Goliath Beet : Egyptian Flat Rooted…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 10th June 2011

…from your seeds) and my runner beans (moonlight) don't seem to be growing very well (compared to previous years) and all have yellow leaves. Some of the courgette leaves are also going brown and crispy and shrivelled! I have fed them once a week (only the courgettes, not the beans) with liquid…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook horticultural question and answer session

…alleviate this problem. Next year it may be worth trying your runner beans in light shade, just in case we get another run of hot weather! Name: Daniel Stewart Marshall Question: Hi, I just got some Zantedeschia Aethiopica (Arum Lily) seeds and the pack says 'plant immediately'. I was going to plant…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 3rd May 2013

Runner beans, French beans and courgettes and pumpkins. Take a look at our What to sow and grow in May page for more ideas. I hope this helps Louise. Name: Clare Rushton Question: My lawn was mostly moss, so I applied a weed and feed, then 2 weeks later scarified, aerated and applied lawn seed. 2…

What to do in the garden in October

…Finish harvesting beans and peas. When beans and peas finish cropping simply cut the plant away at ground level, leaving the roots in the soil. These crops fix nitrogen which is slowly released into the soil as the roots break down. * • If you plan to grow beans next year, start preparing…

Pests & Diseases | How to Prevent and Control Pests & Diseases

…curled? Bean Seed Fly - What are the grubs on my runner beans? Birds - How do I protect fruit from birds? Cats - How do I stop cats digging up my plants? How do I keep cats from using my garden as a toilet? - How can I keep cats away from my vegetable garden? Cherry Aphid - How do I get rid of black

Growing beans and peas from seed

…(4.5m) rows to produce about 100 to 150lb of fresh beans. The seed is sown 2in (5cm) deep and 9in (23cm) apart. You can extend the runner bean season by sowing T&M's mixture of four separately packed and labelled varieties. Dwarf or French Beans For self-sufficiency allow three or four rows 15ft…

What to do in the garden in August

…moulds developing. * • Harvest french and runner beans little and often to prevent them from setting seed. * • Pick runner beans regularly to prevent them becoming stringy and to make room for developing pods. Leaving mature pods to set seed can prevent further flowers developing and…

What to do in the garden in July

…the year. * • Resist the temptation to harvest more rhubarb stems. This allows the plant to build up reserves for next year. * • Pick runner beans regularly to prevent them becoming stringy and to make room for developing pods. Leaving mature pods on the plant can prevent further flowers…

Plants for Shade | Plants for a Purpose

…Lettuce Gooseberries Parsley Salad Leaves Blueberries Sorrel Spinach Rhubarb Sweet Cicely Swiss Chard Woodruff Cabbage Cauliflower Kale Broccoli Runner beans (light shade) Mushrooms Written by: Sue Sanderson Plants and gardens have always been a big part of my life. I can remember helping my Dad to…