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Ferland Family Flat Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
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The Ferland family bean is an ancestral yellow flat climbing bean, preserved by René Paquet of Heritage Seeds. Coming from Saints-Anges, they were given to Mr. Gérard Parent in 2001 by Mrs. Carmelle Boily Ferland (1916-2015), the having previously received from her parents (Cleophas Boily and Demerise Turmel). According to Mr. Paquet, having received them from Mr. Parent, they date from before 1900. The pods are eaten fresh, even at an advanced level of maturity, or as a legume. Request a tutor.
Grandma Dinel climbing bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
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This precious bean bears the name of their guardian, say Maximilienne Corbeil Dinel, who would have grown them for many years at her home. There are several benefits to growing them. It produces long, rounded yellow pods, its flowering is spread out until the frost period and the formation of its grains is rapid.

Request a tutor. Harvest fresh beans before they reach full maturity for a less floury texture.
Jean-Léo Collard climbing bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
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At a Seed Festival, I sat next to a friendly-looking old man. Soon we started discussing seeds and commenting on our purchases and finds! This is how a beautiful friendship was born that lasted more than ten years. Terre Promise was only in its infancy, and very quickly Jean-Leo Collard embarked on the project by tinkering with us an incalculable number of tools and machines specific to seed cleaning and bagging. He marveled at the generous harvests of the farm, he loved to talk about gardening and above all, he took me to eat at his favorite restaurant, Chez Willinsky. Jean reassured me in the darkest moments, when it's difficult to be an entrepreneur and I wanted to screw everything up... He believed in the Promised Land. Jean left us this fall 2021 at the end of a full life. In his honor, we decided to name a variety of beans developed on the farm for a few years, a mixture of the dwarf bean Velor and an unknown climbing bean. The Jean Léo Collard climbing bean has a beautiful deep purple color, sometimes mottled with green. It is cordless, quite long and very thin, crunchy to the bite. We are very proud of it! Thank you Jean for your unconditional support and friendship. Garden in peace.

Latin name: Phaseolus vulgaris
Common name: Pole bean
English: Pole Bean
Family: Fabaceae

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Scarlet runner bean (Phaseolus coccineus)
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Decorative and edible climbing bean. Children love to open the green pods and discover the large two-tone beans. Cover trellises, fences and gazebos with beautiful scarlet red and white flowers that are sure to attract hummingbirds. In the garden, beans provide nitrogen to the soil and promote the cultivation of other vegetables.

Avoid handling or removing weeds when the beans are wet to prevent the spread of disease. Must be staked, can reach 4 meters high. When the seedlings have started to sprout, ensure that the plants do not lack water until the first true leaves appear.
Fresh dwarf bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
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This dwarf bean with a bright yellow color is stringless, which gives it a fine texture and a delicate taste. In addition to giving an abundant harvest, it is quite early in our latitudes. It is a classic in the garden, since it is easy to grow and not very demanding.
Tobago Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
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Discover the extra-fine dwarf bean: compact plants producing uniform pods of extra-fine dark green. With excellent yields, this disease-resistant variety is easy to grow. Its sweet and tender beans freeze and preserve perfectly. Abundant production guaranteed with these compact plants.

Number of seeds per packet: 30

Dwarf Rocdor bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
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Early European yellow bean known for its precocity. Its pods, measuring 15 cm long, are slender and tender. It boasts a particularly smooth and sweet taste and remains productive even in challenging conditions. Harvest when the beans are round but thin. If the pods remain on the plant for too long, the beans will become fibrous and starchy.