Bean, Broad - Aquadulce

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Vicia faba

Our Aquadulce Broad Bean Seeds are an excellent choice for those looking to grow a hardy and productive crop. These beans produce large, plump pods filled with delicious and nutritious beans that are perfect for cooking or adding to your favourite dishes. They have a creamy texture and a mild, nutty flavour that is sure to please.

20 heirloom seeds

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Vicia faba

Our Aquadulce Broad Bean Seeds are an excellent choice for those looking to grow a hardy and productive crop. These beans produce large, plump pods filled with delicious and nutritious beans that are perfect for cooking or adding to your favourite dishes. They have a creamy texture and a mild, nutty flavour that is sure to please.

One of the great benefits of these broad beans is their ability to withstand cold weather, making them an ideal crop for planting early in the season. They also have a long growing season, producing an abundant harvest over several months. These beans are also known for their high protein and fibre content, making them a healthy addition to any diet.

The Aquadulce variety is a reliable and easy-to-grow bean that is ideal for both beginner and experienced gardeners. They grow best in full sun and well-drained soil, and are excellent for container gardening as well as planting in a garden bed. With their versatility and high yield potential, these broad bean seeds are a great choice for anyone looking to grow their own fresh, nutritious produce.

20 heirloom seeds

Sowing Information

Plant Type: Annual
Sow When: Temperate: March - June
                   Subtropical: March - June
                   Tropical: Not recommended
Sow Where: Direct
Sow Depth: 30mm
Germination: 7-14 days 
Position: Full Sun
Plant Spacing: 15cm
Row Spacing: 75cm
Plant Height: 150cm
Harvest: 90-120 days

Climate Zone

The image below will help you determine which climate zone you are in, and allow you to choose the best varieties for your area.

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