Why we chose it: RHS AGM winner
- Heavy crops of long pods
- Succulent white beans full of flavour
- Best for autumn sowing
- Each packet contains approx. 45 seeds
Aquadulce Claudia has been grown by gardeners for many years, who love this reliable variety. It is an easy to grow, classic broad bean that produces masses of 23cm (9in) long pods filled with tasty, tender white beans. Introduced in 1844 and grown ever since, it’s ideal for sowing in spring for a summer crop. It’s incredibly cold hardy, making it the broad bean of choice for anyone wanting to sow in autumn for a crop that will be ready for harvesting nice and early the following spring. Very ornamental thanks to its attractive white, scented flowers. Sow from February to March and October to November to harvest from June to August.
This variety, together with all the other varieties in our RHS AGM Veg Seed Collection, have been awarded the prestigious Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society. Such plants have been awarded this accolade after testing and assessment by the society, and is only given to plants that have proved to have excellent garden performance and worth growing.
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