Pea Seed

Oh, the pleasure of discovering a full pea pod on your plant, the anguish of them never making it to the dinner table because you just couldn’t resist the temptation of those sweet delights bursting in your mouth right there in the garden!

If you have never grown your own, you are missing out! If they make it to your kitchen, they are best steamed or boiled and then smothered in butter or raw in salads, add them to stir fries, stews, just about anything goes.

A cool season crop that is best planted in early spring or in late summer for a fall harvest. In milder winter climates, they can be planted in fall for a winter harvest.

Bolero Peas

Bolero Peas

Pisum sativum These compact bushy plants only grow around 24"(60cm) tall and are ideal for cont..


Greenfeast Peas

Greenfeast Peas

Pisum sativum Greenfeast is one of the staples in our family. We annually plant 2 double rows of ..


Oregon Sugar Pod II Pea

Oregon Sugar Pod II Pea

Pisum sativum It is a really cool pea variety that is the original Mangetout. That is low growing..


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