Peas

Peas

Green Arrow Pea
(Pisum sativum) Peas were Thomas Jefferson’s favorite vegetable and he grew more than 30 varieties at a time at Monticello. Gren Arrow is a classic shelling pea (grown for production of peas that are shelled from the pods and then eaten) brought to the US from England. Highly productive, pods will produce 8-10 round deep green peas - excellent fresh or cooked. Peas are a cool weather crop - plant anytime in the spring. 2-3 feet. Full sun. Annual. 20+ seeds.
$2.59
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Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea
(Pisum sativum)Sugar peas are eaten as whole pods and often just steamed or used in stir fry. This variety is a dwarf type grown since 1892. Plants reach just 24-30 inches, pods are 3-4 inches. The flowers are beautiful (purple and white) and are followed by the sweet pods. Excellent sweetness and flavor, these peas have been a US favorite for over 100 years. Peas are a cool weather crop - plant anytime in the spring. 2-3 feet. Full sun. Annual. 20+ seeds.
$2.59
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Mammoth Melting Sugar Pea
(Pisum sativum) Sugar peas are eaten as whole pods and often just steamed or used in stir fry. Mammoth Melting Sugar produces large (4-5 inch) sweet pods on tall plants. Pretty pure white flowers are quickly followed by pods. Harvest pods at desired size – flavor is sweet and pods are crispy and packed with sweet flavor. Most/full sun. Annual. 4-6 feet. 20+ seeds
$2.59
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