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60-65 days. Vine type. Long podded variety with 13-16 peas per pod, light tan in color, oblong shape, good garden variety. Very prolific.
63 days. Plants high bushy with pods at foliage level. Peas shelled green have a deep purple cast, turning black when dry. Very prolific. Easy to shell.
55-60 days. California No. 46 plants are more erect than California No. 5 and shorter in plant height. Pods are above foliage. Pod length 6 to 8 inches. Excellent canner, does not exhibit leaky eye, which discolors canning brine. Root-Knot Nematode Resistance to (Race 1 & 3).
55-60 days. The dominant variety of all Southern peas across the country. The vines are upright to semi-spreading, medium coarse stem and branches, medium foliage and fair drought resistance. Pods 6 to 8 inches long, early maturing. Seed medium to large. A favorite.
Distinct variety. Early, prolific, semi-bush type. Pods 6 to 8 inches long, medium size, slightly curved. Seed small, white, kidney shaped, orange eye.
Bush type pea. Oblong kidney shaped when dry. Long pods make top crop. Nice garden pea.
70 days. Bush type. Prolific yielder. Pods contain 12-15 peas, closely bunched together.
63-65 days. Vigorous bush type to semi-vining plant grows 18-24 inches tall. Pods turn purple at shell stage, are 6 to 7 inches long, and slightly above foliage. Peas light green with red eye at green shell stage, turn white with maroon eye when dry. Medium size, rounded on ends. Good producer.
75 days. Bush type. Perhaps the most productive of all our cream peas. Pods are about 7 inches long, bunched slightly above foliage level and easily shelled. Shelled peas are small to medium size.
60-65 days. Large seeded brown crowder peas, short purple pods. Semi-vining plants. Fresh market, canning and freezing.
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