Johnsons Seeds Climbing Cobra

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  • Stringless pod variety that also produces stunning violet flowers
  • Sow seeds from Apr-Jul
  • Harvest between Jul-Oct
Johnsons' Climbing Bean Cobra Seeds produce an early setting variety of French beans that have stringless pods and depths of flavour. This is a black seeded variety that also produces beautiful violet flowers, which is why these beans are great for growing in your flower garden too. They also show some tolerance to disease. Sow indoors between April and May or outdoors between May and July ready to harvest between July and October. Average pack contains 75 seeds. Warning:Seeds should not be eaten. Store out of reach of children and pets. Always read the instructions before use.
£3.00

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Johnsons' Climbing Bean Cobra Seeds produce an early setting variety of French beans that have stringless pods and depths of flavour. This is a black seeded variety that also produces beautiful violet flowers, which is why these beans are great for growing in your flower garden too. They also show some tolerance to disease. Sow indoors between April and May or outdoors between May and July ready to harvest between July and October. Average pack contains 75 seeds. Warning:Seeds should not be eaten. Store out of reach of children and pets. Always read the instructions before use.

Product Specification

Brand:
Johnson & Johnson
Type:
Peas and Beans
Pack Qty:
1
Assembly:
No
Height:
13.8CM
Width:
18.0CM
Depth:
1.0CM
Bar Code:
5010931203277

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