• Peas

  • Brown Crowder

    60 days; Produces a high yield of 7"-8" long pods. Bush type plant. A Southern Favorite. Heirloom.

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    EARLY ALASKA 62

    58 days; round, dark green pods containing 5-8 smooth, tender peas. Height 2.5 - 3 ft. Wilt resistant.

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    OREGON SUGAR POD II

    68 days; mammoth type snow pea. Vigorous 36-40” plants bear 4.5” long, flat pods. Produces an abundant crop of 2 peas pods per node. Excellent quality, string present as pod matures. Resistant to Enation Virus, Powdery Mildew and more.

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    SUGAR ANNE SNAP

    56 days; nearly identical to Sugar Snap but 14 days earlier. The earliest of all snap peas. Short growth habit is only 10-24”. Stringless petite, pale round green pods are 2.5-3” long.

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    SUGAR SNAP

    25 Aug 2015
    SUGAR SNAP

    70 days; fat 3” pods are delicious fresh or cooked. The original snap pea; still provides best eating quality. Extremely thick and meaty. Whether eaten whole or as shelled peas, the texture is excellent. Long harvest period. Vine height [...]

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    WANDO

    25 Aug 2015
    WANDO

    68 days; bred for hot weather tolerance. Plant a little later in the season for an extended harvest. Will still produce in August when others have wilted in the heat. Deep green, well filled 3” pods with 7-8 sweet, plump peas. Also [...]

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