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90-100 days. Upright vining plants produce high yields of excellent eating quality fresh or dried medium-small size dark red peas. Does well on sandy soils and heat tolerate. Excellent food for quail and deer.  PKT  (150) $2 
Price: $2.00

 

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Originally from the garden of Ed Lipscomb of Ware Place, SC, this Heirloom variety was donated by Louise Powell of Greenwood. This is an excellent variety of southern field pea with long straight pods that turn a bright burgundy red when they are mature for picking. Easily shelled from the pod, they yield generously with good flavor. Dried seeds are a dark burgundy color and with a smooth skin. Perform best when provided ample trellis or when planted in a corn patch for support. PKT (50) $3 
Price: $3.00

 

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Source: John Coykendall, Knoxville, TN (originally from Lowery Langston in Jefferson County, TN) The Langston family broadcast the seeds in the cornfield for a fall crop and for animal forage. Eat green or dry for winter storage. Organic PKT (100) $3
Price: $3.00

 

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Source: John Coykendall, Knoxville, TN (originally from Lowery Langston in Jefferson County, TN) The Langston family broadcast the seeds in the cornfield for a fall crop and for animal forage. Eat green or dry for winter storage. Organic PKT (200) $5
Price: $5.00

 

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62 Days. A small seeded white cream pea that has been around for awhile. It is about the size of a blackeye and tedious to shell by hand. Vigorous growth habit, heavy yields and superior flavor. PKT (200) $2
Price: $2.00

Pea - Southern Peas - Yardlong / Noodle Asparagus (Pkt of 100) Bradshaw Heirloom Favorite

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75 days Actually in the same species as cowpeas. Probably brought to America in the 1880s by Chinese emigrants working on the railroads. Frequently the two feet long slender, tender pods are harvested in the immature stage and stir fried in oriental dishes. They may also be allowed to mature and the seeds harvested and cooked as "dry peas" with a piece of ham hock. Wait to plant until at least the first week in July for more vigorous growth and less chance for insect damage. Prefers the hottest summer days and produces prolifically in late summer-early fall. Pole habit. PKT (100) $5
Price: $5.00

Pea - Southern Peas - Yardlong / Noodle Asparagus (Pkt of 50) Bradshaw Heirloom Favorite

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75 days Actually in the same species as cowpeas. Probably brought to America in the 1880s by Chinese emigrants working on the railroads. Frequently the two feet long slender, tender pods are harvested in the immature stage and stir fried in oriental dishes. They may also be allowed to mature and the seeds harvested and cooked as "dry peas" with a piece of ham hock. Wait to plant until at least the first week in July for more vigorous growth and less chance for insect damage. Prefers the hottest summer days and produces prolifically in late summer-early fall. Pole habit. PKT (50) $3
Price: $3.00

Pepper - Bell - California Wonder

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California Wonder 75 days. This large, thick walled, juicy, sweet pepper is one of the most popular. 4 inch green peppers turn bright red at maturity. PKT (50) $2
Price: $2.00

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