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Organic Beans: Fava Windsor (15g)
Organic Beans: Fava Windsor (15g)- Heirloom, Non-GMO Seeds


 
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Organic Beans: Fava Windsor (15g) Description:
Fava Beans are a tasty cool-season crop that can be stored dry and grows as large as a quarter. These huge beans are delicious cooked in butter. Start your crop of this organic bean using Organic Windsor Fava Bean seeds from Patriot Seeds. Our seeds are 100% heirloom, Non-GMO, and open-pollinated, so you can grow, harvest, and replant your bean crop for years to come. Patriot Seeds are also certified organic by California Certified Organic Farmers and delivered in airtight military-grade Mylar packages that you can store for 5+ years. When you’re ready to declare your food independence, buy Patriot Seeds!

Organic Beans: Fava Windsor Planting Instructions:
Direct sow the seeds outdoors as soon as the soil can be worked. Fava beans are a cold-hardy variety and very heat intolerant so do not wait to plant your seeds. Plant 1 to 2” deep, 2 to 4“ apart in full sun. Fava Beans need moist, fertile soil and cool temperatures to thrive. In case of a hot spring, use overhead watering to cool the plants, especially at the flowering stage. In usual conditions, drip irrigation works best.

Organic Beans: Fava Windsor Harvesting Instructions:
You may harvest Fava Beans at several stages of their development. If you plan to eat them whole, harvest the beans when they are young, about 2 to 3” long. When using fresh beans, wait for the pod shell to turn green with the bean a light green color. For dry beans, wait until the shell turns hard and brown, then store on the shelf for cooking later.

Did You Know This About Fava Beans?
Fava Beans, also called Broad Beans, most likely originated in Asia Minor and the Mediterranean region. Experts think it was first cultivated between 6,800 and 6,500 B.C. Today, Fava Beans are grown in 50 countries around the world.

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