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WHY ARE GROWING NUMBERS OF PEOPLE CHOOSING TO BUY SEEDS FROM IRISH SEED SAVERS?

The ethos here at Irish Seed Savers Association, is to conserve and distribute wonderful rare and heritage varieties, as well as to encourage the skills of saving your own seed and empowering people to do this in their own gardens, small holdings or farms. All of our seeds are grown and saved in Ireland and are Open Pollinated which allows you to save your own seeds from them, keeping the variety true to type. By choosing Irish Seed Savers' Open Pollinated seeds you contribute to keeping food security in your own hands and Irish agricultural biodiversity alive and vibrant.Find out more about Open Pollinated seeds

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Bacardi Broad Bean Banette Climbing Bean Carol Leenstras Climbing French Bean
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Bacardi Broad Bean Banette Climbing Bean Carol Leenstras Climbing French Beans
Cherokee Trail of Tears French Bean Early Riser Climbing French Bean Hunter French Bean
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Cherokee Trail of Tears Early Riser Climbing French Bean Hunter French Bean
Ita Ahern s Climbing French Bean Londonderry Broad Bean Martock Broad Bean
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Ita Ahern’s Londonderry Broad Bean Martock Bean
Mr Ferns French Bean Mr Jones Broad Beans Neckar Queen French Bean
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Mr Ferns Mr Jones Broad Beans Neckar Queen
Oldambaster Broad Bean Painted Lady Runner Bean Pinto French Bean
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Oldambaster Broad Bean Painted Lady Runner Bean Pinto Bean
Prize Winner Runner Bean Slovenian Climbing French Bean Vectra Broad Bean
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Prize Winner Runner Bean Slovenian Climbing Bean Vectra Bean
   
 

Note: Although runner beans have perfect flowers they need to be ‘jiggled’ for pollination to occur, especially if you are growing an early crop under cover when there is little insect activity (this is why beans sometimes fail to develop in the early bracts of flowers) This can be achieved by gently shaking the vines or directing a good stream of water spray from a hose

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