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56 days. Light green, straight, blunt pods. Peas are small, light green, low in sugar. Tolerant to Fusarium Wilt. Good canning variety.
(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. Lavender flower. Very prolific. Heat and drought tolerant. Approximately 2,174 seeds per pound
Temporarily out of stock, expected arrival date is last week of January
(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. Excellent for commercial production, fresh markets and home gardens. Disease resistant. Approximately 130 seeds per ounce or 2,080 seeds per pound
(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. Approximately 1,723 seeds per pound
We will restock for 2019
(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. Approximately 2,423 seeds per pound
(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. Approximately 2,174 seeds per pound
Dwarf Grey Sugar - #334U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 57 days. Earliest producing snow pea with the most dwarf edible pods! Prolific, 24-30”H bushy plants produce 2 ½-3” clusters of light green, plump, deliciously sweet tender pods located at the tops of the plants for easy picking. Harvest when young and continue picking to promote further fruiting. Can be eaten raw straight from the garden, steamed or stir-fried. Attractive edible purple flowers and shoots brighten salads and add a splash of beauty to salads or as a garnishment to any dish. Heat and cold tolerant. Perfect for containers.
(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 freezing. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt. Approximately 3,240 seeds per pound
Green Arrow - #358 (OP) HEIRLOOM. 65 days. Gourmet peas! Heavy yielding 24-30”H plants produce plump, 4-5”L pods containing 8-11 wonderfully sweet petite emerald green peas. Pods develop in pairs and set at the top of the plant which makes picking easy! Excellent for canning and freezing, commercial production, fresh markets and home gardens. Resists Wilt and Mildew. Approximately 130 seeds per ounce or 2,080 per pound
(OP) 62 days. Largest pod, highest yielding pea in the early maturing class. Classic fresh market pea. Short 2’H vines produce 4”L sweet pods with up to 10 peas. No staking needed. An improved strain of ‘Progress.’ Excellent choice for canning and freezing. Resistant: Bean Yellow Mosaic Virus, Common Wilt, Powdery Mildew, Pea Enation Mosaic Virus. Approximately 130 seeds per ounce or 2,080 seeds per pound
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