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Big Boy (Texas Big Boy) - #343U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 60-65 days -green shell stage, 85-90 days - dry shell. Low upright bushes produce Crowder-type 8”L pods hold 10-15 light green peas with small brown eyes. Pods set high and are easy to pick! Dry peas are cream colored with light brown eyes. Lavender flower. Very prolific. Heat and drought tolerant. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
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Black Crowder - #410U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 63 days. Very prolific producer that yields unusually 6-7“L pods. Peas have a deep purple color when first shelled which then turn black when dried. Green pods are easy to shell. 24-36”H bushy plants with pods at foliage level. Very drought resistant. Excellent for commercial production, fresh markets and home gardens. Disease resistant. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
California Blackeye No. 46 - #559U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 55-60 days. Classic Southern pea! Heavy yielder. Typical blackeye type of Southern pea with cream-colored seed coats and black pigments around the eyes. Stands more erect than California No. 5, have smaller seeds and shorter plant height. 6-8”L pods are above foliage. Does not exhibit leaky eye (discolors canning brine) when canned. Great fresh, frozen or canned. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt, Nematodes. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
California Blackeye No. 5 - #132U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 60-70 days. Most popular of all Southern peas across the country! Rich, lightly sweet flavor and meaty texture. Dark black-eye trademark on its white shell. Can use as green shell or dry peas. Early maturing. 6-8”L pods, well-filled with medium-large seeds. Vigorous, heavy yielding, 16-18”H upright to semi-spreading vines. Fair drought resistance. Great fresh, frozen or canned. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt, Nematodes. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
CT Dimpled Brown Crowder - #344U (OP) 65-70 days for fresh shell stage, 85-90 days for dry. Seeds at maturity are very tightly packed in the pod causing a “dimple” in the adjacent seed. Also, many times, the pea has a flattened appearance from the dense arrangement in the pods. 15-18”H bush produces prolific pods that contain 12-15 fine-flavored peas. Lavender flower color. Developed in 1985 to replace the Brown Crowder which had lost purity. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
Elite - #386U (OP) 75 days. One of the most productive of all our cream peas! 36”H erect bush with a concentrated pod set. 5-7”L pods are bunched slightly above foliage level and contain 13-16 peas per pod. Delicious peas are small to medium, cream colored and NOT crowded in the pod. Easily picked and shelled. White flower. Suitable for canning or freeing. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
Knuckle Purple Hull - #292U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 60-65 days. Heavy yielding, brown CROWDER type pea. Known as “Knuckle Hull” because of the big, plump peas! Low bushy plant with 6-9”L pods scattered at foliage level. Pods turn reddish to purple with large seeds that turn brown when dry. Brown-speckled crowders have a stronger flavor than their pink or black-eyed counterparts. Purple flower. Excellent dried and as a canning variety. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
Lady (Lady Finger) - #123U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 70 days. CREAM type pea. Superbly flavored! Sweet, very tender, very small, cream colored pea with a darker eye. Peas hold good on the vine when green. Can be harvested and eaten fresh or frozen for later or left on the vine to dry. Heat tolerant. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
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Mississippi Pinkeye II Purple Hull - #537U (OP) 70 days. The Best just got BETTER! Improved MS Pinkeye Purple Hull with better cold tolerance, stronger emergence and better seedling survival. Excellent producer! Young pods change from green to purple as they mature and dark purple when they dry. Superior yields. Bush-type indeterminate. Tolerant: Fusarium Wilt, Nematodes. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
Mississippi Purple (Brown Crowder) - #390U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 65 days. Less vine than most of the other heirloom varieties of brown CROWDERS. High yielding, delicious large brown seeds with reddish purple pods at green shell stage. Pods shell very easily. At the dry stage, they are purple. Concentration of pods at foliage level and are bunched. Pods contain about 14 seeds and mature over a short time. 24”H semi-erect with semi-compact foliage. Lavender flower. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt Races 1-3, Nematodes (4 of 5 types). About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
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