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80 days; spring sown. 240 days fall sown. Popular in European gardens, Broad Windsor is one of the tastiest of all dried beans and one of the largest - the size of a quarter! When eaten at the shelling stage, you'll discover why their mild flavor makes them perfect partners with many spices and herbs. Great for Falafels. The sturdy bushes stand 4 feet tall, produce 4-5 inch pods, and are reliably hardy to 12°F. Buff colored seeds.
230 days; fall sown. Selected by Territorial in the mid 1980s from among hundreds in a USDA small seeded fava bean collection, Sweet Lorane was chosen especially for its hearty taste and cold tolerance. Typically grows to 30 inches. Allow plants to mature, and once the pods begin to dry and crack, the beans are ready to harvest. Light brown/green colored seeds.
NEW! 90-100 days. If you've wanted to grow favas but don't have the space, Robin Hood has come to the rescue. This dwarf variety grows to a compact, 12-18 inches tall—a fraction of the height of our other fava varieties. Suitable for tight spaces and containers, it produces fat pods with 4-6 delicious beans each. Harvest when the pods start to swell to enjoy the tender, tasty broad beans. Sow seed from spring through summer sequentially for continuous harvest. Green colored seeds; 20 per ounce.