De Bolster offers a expanded range of legume seeds.

Broad Bean | Eleonora | Vicia faba

Broad Bean | Eleonora | Vicia faba

A De Bolster variety of the Express type and developed by De Bolster. The crop is short and therefore little sensitive to falling. The pods are shiny, long, rather fine and well filled with about 5 seeds. Eleonora is a strong plant, also suitable as wind fool for other crops. 

View
Broad bean | Ratio | Vicia Faba

Broad bean | Ratio | Vicia Faba

This is a Bolster variety that is very early and productive. It has multiple stems and stays short. No risk of falling. Beautiful pod shape.

View
Dwarf French Bean 'Compass'

Dwarf French Bean 'Compass'

Extra-refi ned French bean, ‘haricot vert’ type. It is stringless and has a good fl avour. Excellent plant habit with long, straight pods. Because the pods are quite thin, it is less suitable for picking by hand.

View
Bush Bean | Round Podded | Double White | Phaseolus vulgaris

Bush Bean | Round Podded | Double White | Phaseolus vulgaris

Double White is a juicy en tasty French dwarf bean, which can be picked for a long period of time. It is relatively insensitive for mould in moist weather.

View
Dwarf French Bean 'Domino'

Dwarf French Bean 'Domino'

Delicate, stringless French bean with a fine flavour. The pods all set together and are suitable for both mechanical harvest or one-time picking by hand. ‘Domino’ gives a very high yield.

View
Dwarf French Bean 'Faraday'

Dwarf French Bean 'Faraday'

Very fine French bean, ‘haricot vert’ type, which is stringless and has a very good flavour. This variety has a long picking period and a good shelf life, making it suitable for both processing and fresh sales. It is a productive variety, with a uniform fruit setting and good Botrytis tolerance.

View
Climbing Flat Bean 'Golden Gate'

Climbing Flat Bean 'Golden Gate'

Beautiful, yellow flat bean with a rather open habit. ‘Golden Gate’ is suitable for both greenhouse and outdoor production.

View
Climbing Flat Bean 'Vitalis'

Climbing Flat Bean 'Vitalis'

Beautiful, dark green flat bean. Due to its slower development, this variety has a high percentage of first-class pods. Suitable for both greenhouse and outdoor production.

View
Climbing Bean | Flat podded | Helda | Phaseolus vulgaris

Climbing Bean | Flat podded | Helda | Phaseolus vulgaris

Climbing bean flat-podded Helda is by far the most cultivated race for open ground. The legumes are long, quite broad and flattened. Flat-podded bean varieties are very productive. Picking regularly (twice a week) and removing beans that are too thick maintains plant vigor.

View
Climbing Bean | Flat podded | Mechelse Tros | Phaseolus vulgaris

Climbing Bean | Flat podded | Mechelse Tros | Phaseolus vulgaris

The round-podded climbing bean Mechelse Tros has relative small beans arranged in small trusses. Mechelse Tros has a high yield and can be picked early. The legumes are thin and a little flattened.

View
Climbing Bean | Round Podded | Neckarkoningin | Phaseolus vulgaris

Climbing Bean | Round Podded | Neckarkoningin | Phaseolus vulgaris

Climbing Bean round-podded Neckarkoningin is an absolute winner on both taste and yield. The 20 cm long legumes are very fleshy and stay succulent for an extraordinary long time.

View
Climbing Bean | Round Podded | Neckargold | Phaseolus vulgaris

Climbing Bean | Round Podded | Neckargold | Phaseolus vulgaris

The round-podded climbing bean Neckargold is a very tasty bean. The legumes are tender, deep yellow, succulent, and 23-25 cm long. This bean has a firm plant type with a deep rooting system. Neckargold has a long harvesting period and give high yields.

View
Climbing French Bean 'Cobra'

Climbing French Bean 'Cobra'

Attractive, stringless pole bean with very tall plants. Mid-early variety, suitable for both greenhouse and outdoor cultivation. ‘Cobra’ has light green pods and slow-to-develop black seeds.

View
Climbing Bean | Round Podded | Stokkievitsboon | Phaseolus vulgaris

Climbing Bean | Round Podded | Stokkievitsboon | Phaseolus vulgaris

Round-podded climbing bean Stokkievitsboon is a robust crop with beans that look like plover’s eggs. Both the legumes as well as the seeds are lovely red-dotted. After several weeks of drying, the seeds can be threshed or peeled. Only the seeds are consumable.

View
Field Pea | Purple | Blauwschokkers | Pisum sativum

Field Pea | Purple | Blauwschokkers | Pisum sativum

Purple snap pea Blauwschokkers is a firm crop and a dwarf type. Both the flowers and legumes are purple. Suited for fresh use and conservation.

View
Field Pea | Rozijnerwt | Pisum sativum

Field Pea | Rozijnerwt | Pisum sativum

Marrowfat Pea Rozijnerwt is a short type of field pea. The flowers have a violet colour and the pods are green. The dried seeds have a delightful colour pattern. Field peas are comparable to green peas, which means that only the seeds are consumable.

View
Mangetout | Snow Pea | Heraut | Pisum sativum

Mangetout | Snow Pea | Heraut | Pisum sativum

Mangetout (climbing) Heraut is an early snow pea variety with firmer legumes than other varieties. This crop is comparable to the variety Record.

View
Mangetout | Snow Pea | Hendriks | Pisum sativum

Mangetout | Snow Pea | Hendriks | Pisum sativum

Mangetout (climbing) Hendriks has a very long growing and harvesting period. It is a very reliable and firm variety and is little sensitive to Fusarium. Legumes are somewhat sweeter in a more mature stadium (when the seeds are just visible).

View
Mangetout | Snow Pea | Grijze Roodbloeiende | Pisum sativum

Mangetout | Snow Pea | Grijze Roodbloeiende | Pisum sativum

Mangetout (climbing) Grijze Roodbloeiende has beautiful red flowers. The legumes are somewhat sweeter in a more mature stadium (when the seeds are just visible).

View
Snow Pea 'Sweet Horizon'

Snow Pea 'Sweet Horizon'

Beautiful, very productive, climbing snow pea. Due to its tolerance of Asochyta and its resistance, this is a reliable cropper, while its long, thick pods are easy to pick.

View
Mangetout | Snap Pea | First Early May | Pisum sativum

Mangetout | Snap Pea | First Early May | Pisum sativum

Climbing pea First Early May is an early and productive variety, suited for every type of soil. The seeds are rather fine and round.

View
Mangetout | Snap Pea | Senator | Pisum sativum

Mangetout | Snap Pea | Senator | Pisum sativum

Climbing snap pea Senator is a vigorous and very productive variety. It is a firm, wrinkled pea, which tastes a bit sweet. It is relatively late and therefore complementary to First Early May.

View
Mangetout | Snap Pea | Kelvedon Wonder | Pisum sativum

Mangetout | Snap Pea | Kelvedon Wonder | Pisum sativum

Snap pea (dwarf) Kelvedon Wonder is a sweet, wrinkled pea. Kelvedon tastes great. There are little problems with diseases and plagues, which makes it very attractive for cultivation.

View
Mangetout | Sugar Snap | Norli | Pisum sativum

Mangetout | Sugar Snap | Norli | Pisum sativum

This sugar snap pea Norli produces many, quite small, legumes. It is a commonly known and cultivated variety. It becomes sweeter in a later stadium. Pick the legumes regularly before they become too thick.

 

View
Dwarf Flat Bean 'Capitano'

Dwarf Flat Bean 'Capitano'

Stringless bean with flat yellow pods, which are very tasty. ‘Capitano’ is the standard variety in its class in many countries around the world. Suitable for both mechanical and hand picking.

View
Dwarf Flat Bean 'Nassau'

Dwarf Flat Bean 'Nassau'

Stringless bean with fl at green, really tasty pods. In many countries, ‘Nassau’ is the standard variety for mechanical harvesting, but it is also suitable for picking by hand.

View
Runner Bean (climbing) | Emergo | Phaseolus coccineus

Runner Bean (climbing) | Emergo | Phaseolus coccineus

Runner bean (climbing) Emergo is a strong and productive crop with white flowers and very long, thick and dark green legumes. It has a nice taste, but it is different from the ordinary runner bean.

 

View
Runner Bean 'Lady Di'

Runner Bean 'Lady Di'

Vigorous, stringless runner bean with a long harvest period. ‘Lady Di’ has green pods and slow-to-develop red and black seeds. The plants look beautiful when in full flower.

View
Dwarf French Bean 'Dior'

Dwarf French Bean 'Dior'

Very uniform wax bean with homo geneous fruiting. The straight, yellow pods are neatly distributed on the outside of the plant, making them easy to pick. ‘Dior’ is extremely high yielding and has an earliness of +1, which is quite early for a wax bean.

View
Snap Pea 'Lusaka'

Snap Pea 'Lusaka'

Very compact, short-growing sugar snap with straight pods 8-9 cm long. The pods grow in clusters, can be harvested early in the season and are completely stringless. ‘Lusaka’ is suitable for mechanical harvest and hand picking.

View
Snap Pea 'Nairobi'

Snap Pea 'Nairobi'

Early, productive sugar snap with straight pods 8-9 cm long. Pods are usually stringless at harvest. In north-west Europe, ‘Nairobi’ can be grown supported by climbing mesh or freely on the ground.

View