Peas

  • $2.25
    62-70 day A shell pea selected from the single plant in a production field. Chosen for the large number of white...
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  • $3.95–$9.95
    62 Days A great sugary treat picked straight from the garden. This pea can be harvested for snow peas or left to...
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  • $5.65–$14.25
    50 day 2019 Pea of the Year. The earliest shell pea we offer! Chosen from the earliest of Extra Early, this...
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  • $2.25
    60-70 Days One of only a few, very rare, yellow podded peas in cultivation. This plant has ornamental as well as...
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  • $3.65–$9.25
    70 Days Excellent quality main crop pea developed in England. High yielder of long pods with 9-12 bright-green,...
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  • $4.75–$11.95
    52 Days A standout in our test garden. It produces peas over a longer period of time and out yields other peas in...
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  • $3.45–$8.75
    66 Days Also known as 'Homesteader'. A favorite for generations. Preferred by many for its ability to produce peas...
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  • $2.25
    50-60 Days 2016 VBS Pea of The Year. The sweet crunch of this juicy pea is enough to make it a new family...
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  • $4.55
    55-60 Days Dwarf-size plants perform well in containers or gardens where space is limited. Gorgeous purple...
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  • $3.75–$9.45
    75 Days Heirloom variety with a distinctive, meltingly sweet taste. Hardy and vigorous plants grow over 5' tall and...
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  • $4.55–$11.45
    58-62 Days (PVP) 2000 AAS Winner. Extra-big, extra-long pods filled with extra-sweet peas. Large, 4-6" pods...
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  • $3.45–$8.75
    64 Days Succulent, tender snow pea - perfect for Asian cuisine. Widely adapted, vigorous, ever-bearing and...
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In the spring peas can be planted as soon as the soil can be worked. Plant two or three times at one-week intervals. Plant again in the late summer for a fall pea crop. For best results, use wide row planting or plant in double rows 3" apart. Before sowing, inoculate the seeds with 'Nature's Aid' Inoculant. Sow seeds 2" apart and cover with 1-2" of fine soil. The double rows should be spaced in pairs about 2-1/2' apart. 750 seeds will plant about 15' using wide row planting or 25' of double row. Support with our Trellis Netting.

Wide row planting: Determine the width - usually from 14-18" - and the length of the row desired and prepare the soil, raking smooth to level the bed. Broadcast the seed over the entire area, sowing seed 2" apart. Cover with 1-2" of soil and pat firmly for good soil-seed contact. Water lightly. The advantages of wide row planting: the dense planting retains more moisture and reduces weeds, and gives a higher yield while using garden space more efficiently.

Shipment of beans, peas, cowpeas, soybeans and any other legumes to the state of Idaho are to home gardeners only for personal use and cannot be resold for planting outside the original home garden.