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Product Number: 26903

Blue Podded Pea (80 days, Heirloom )

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 Dutch Heirloom

Also known as Blauwschokkers. An unusual edible and ornamental pea. The rare color of indigo-blue pods emerge from bi-colored purple and white flowers. Use the newly formed peas like you would a snow pea and later dried, for a soup pea in wintertime meals. Grows to 5-6 feet.

100 seeds

 

 

PLANTING:

Germination-7-14 days

Outdoors- Sow 1” deep and 1-2” apart in early spring with soil temperatures 40-70 degrees.

Harvest- Pick every day for continuous harvest.

Tips- Adding inoculant with rhizobium bacteria will increase yields. Plant again, two months before last frost date for smaller fall harvests. Varieties with vine lengths over 3 feet require support.

 

 

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LL
10/14/2018
Laurie L.
United States

Eagerly Waiting to Start The Closet Garden!

It's an experiment this year. I am going to try it in my closet under lights, along with other tried-and-true's in my order. I dearly love the Purple Pak Choi, it is something I really look forward to.

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EC
08/18/2018
Erica Charbonneau
Bellingham, WA

Pretty, but inedible

Beautiful plants, but unless you eat them when they're tiny, you must shell them.

KE
06/18/2018
Karen E.
United States

Blue Podded Pea

Nice beautiful pods and sweet peas

DP
06/15/2018
Deb P.
United States

LOL ...

I'd love to say they grew beautifully and tasted delicious however ... the chipmunks got every last one of them in one night ! Next spring I will start them indoors !

DD
01/25/2018
Deanne Daniels Bouria
Rocky River Ohio

OK

Pretty color but not overly sweet and lacking in tenderness unless picked small. Marginally better choice than sugar magnolia snap peas.

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