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  1. Green Arrow Pea

    GREEN ARROW PEA (63 days)

    Yields are high and borne on a good strong vine. Pods can have as many as a dozen peas each, with two pods per node. The peas themselves are fairly small, sweet, and have good flavor. No need to stake as this pea grows only 28 inches tall. 2 ounce packet, approx 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.55

  2. Tom Thumb Pea

    TOM THUMB PEA (50-55 days)

    Germ 7-14 days. ENGLISH HEIRLOOM MID 1800'S This adorable little shell pea is extra compact and perfect for growing in containers or in the garden. Growing only to 10-12 inches, its growth habit makes easy to harvest full size pods, with no support needed. Such an easy pea, sow the seed then harvest without the hassle of staking up or trellising. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.95

  3. Knight Pea

    KNIGHT PEA (56 days)

    This is the largest-pod, highest yielding pea in the early maturing class. Vines are short, growing 24 to 28 inches, so there is no need for support. Pods are full sized, 4", with up to 10 peas. Sweet flavor. 2 ounce packet, approx 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.65

  4. Super Sugar Snap Pea

    SUPER SUGAR SNAP PEA (62 days)

    An improved Sugar Snap. Very tall with better resistance to powdery mildew, thicker and plumper pods (and more of them), this can out produce Sugar Snap, with a comparable, sweet flavor. It matures up to a week earlier than the old Sugar Snap. The vines on this pea grow 5 to 6 feet in length so you will need to provide support. 2 ounce packet, approx 200 seeds. Learn More
    $2.25

  5. Tall Telephone Pea

    TALL TELEPHONE PEA (68 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1891 Another good choice for the space efficient garden because of the long vine length. Climbing 4 to 5 feet up a trellis, they bear big, easy to see and pick pods. Late maturing, they handle heat very well and produce huge, sweet, buttery tasting peas. 2 ounce packet, approx 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  6. Sugar Lace Pea

    SUGAR LACE II SNAP PEA (65 days)

    The first semi-leafless or half leaf sugar snap type pea. It is also a dwarf, growing to a height of only 16 inches, so it requires no support. The lacey tendrils are unique and attractive, bearing large quantities of 3 inch peas with a distinctively sweet flavor. 2 ounce packet, approx 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.95

  7. Sugar Sprint Pea

    SUGAR SPRINT PEA (58 days)

    This one is definitely the earliest sugar snap, but it has other virtues as well. Practically stringless, Sugar Sprint grows on 24 to 30 inch vines needing little or no support. This pea is reportedly the best in flavor of the any of the newer sugar snaps (Sugar Ann, Sugar Bon, and Sugar Rae). It also is very disease resistant. 2 ounce packet, approx 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.95

  8. Early Frosty Pea

    EARLY FROSTY PEA

    One of the best for early spring plantingthese peas are hearty and excellent for locations with cold springs and short seasons. Vines grow to 30 inches and yield 3 ? inch pods filled with 6-7 delicious medium sized peas. They are great for fresh off the vine eating, for freezing plus they hold well after harvest. 200 sds. Learn More
    $1.95

  9. Cascadia Snap Pea

    CASCADIA SNAP PEA (48 days)

    This snap pea is very sweet and tender, almost stringless. Earliness is also a virtue. Three inch pods are carried on 30 inch vines. Highly recommended. 2 ounce packet, approx 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  10. Lincoln Pea

    LINCOLN PEA (65 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM pre1908 This variety has been popular in New England for generations. The three-inch pods contain 8 or 9 relatively small peas. Flavor is very sweet. They yield throughout July on 2 1/2 foot vines. A long time customer favorite. 2 ounce packet, approx 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  11. QUEEN ANNE BLACKEYE PEA (70 days)

    QUEEN ANNE BLACKEYE PEA (70 days)

    This pea does well in hot weather but doesn't like a chill - so in the north you are probably better off treating it as a bean rather than a pea. It does well in poor soil and due to the "nitrogen fixing" capabilities of legumes will actually improve the nutrition of the soil over time. The bush plants produce pods of white peas with a dark spot and can be used fresh or dried. Grows 24 to 36 inches tall. Approx 250 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  12. Carouby de Maussane Pea

    CAROUBY DE MAUSSANE PEA (65 days)

    The 3 to 4 inch pods on this snow pea stay very sweet and tender even when picked a little too large. Vines are 2 to 3 feet with beautiful two-tone purple flowers as an added bonus. 50 seeds. Learn More
    $1.65

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