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(OP) HEIRLOOM. 60-65 days -green shell stage, 85-90 days - dry shell. 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. Low bushy with a lavender colored flower. Very prolific. Heat and drought tolerant. C, D, F, FM, HG
(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. Tall 24-36”H bushy plants with pods at foliage level. Very drought resistant. Disease resistant. C, D, F, FM, HG
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 55-60 days. 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. (FW, N) C, D, CM F, FM, HG
(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. (FW, N) C, D, CM, F, FM, HG
60-65 days. Erect bush type plant without runners. Pods are dark purple when ready to pick. Shells easy. When mature peas are cream colored with maroon eyes and slightly larger than Pinkeye Purplehull. Pods are well above foliage for easier harvesting. Good producer. Some mosaic virus tolerance.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 65 days. Erect plant habit with dark green foliage with a dull luster. Flower color is white and maturity is late. 6-8”L pods are set above foliage, bunched and contain about 13 seeds per pod. Pod color at maturity is green with an orange eye and dark straw at dry stage. Constrictions are slight and curvature is slight. Seed shape is kidney; class is non-crowder with a wrinkled and smooth seed coat. C, F, FM, HG
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 75 days. Very popular garden variety! Mild flavor and a creamy, soft texture. Upright, tall bushy type plant with dark glossy leaves. High, concentrated set pods make peas easy to pick. High yields of small seeds with a smooth and wrinkled seed coat. Green when mature and dark straw colored when dry. Highly tolerant to drought and a wide variety of soil conditions, including heavy clay and sandy soils. C, CM, F, FM, HG
(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. C, D, F, FM, HG
Germination Standard - 80%, Tested - 70% (12/2016), Sub-standard Germ
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(OP) 65 days. An old Southern favorite! Delicious, distinct flavor. Pods are dark purple at green shell maturity and purple at dry maturity with buff colored seeds with a pinkish-purple eye. Early, heavy yielding 18-24”H bush to semi-vining plant. 6-7”L pods are set above foliage and are scattered. Lavender flower. (BLCMV) C, CM, D, F, FM, HG
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