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Pea - Greenfeast - 52RW58

Pea - Greenfeast - 52RW58

Details  Original old strain of shell out dwarf peaBotanical name  Pisum sativumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40Grower name  Richard Watson
Pea - Snow- Giant Mammeth - 53RW63

Pea - Snow- Giant Mammeth - 53RW63

Details  Grows to over 1m tall.
Edible podded peas with tender, meaty, sweet and tasty crunchy young pods. Should be picked as a vegetable when young as pod production commences early. Excellent raw or in stir fries. Likes cool climate and hardy. 70 days.

NOTE: Pea seeds are sensitive to over watering during germination, just keep the soil moist and not waterlogged.

Botanical name  Pisum sativumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40 seedsGrower name  Richard Watson
Pea - Waitohi - 54RW59

Pea - Waitohi - 54RW59

Details  A hyper tendril shell out dwarf pea ,selected over the last 20 years to produce pods over a longer periodBotanical name  Pisum sativumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40 seedsGrower name  Richard Watson
Pea - Onward - 55RT60

Pea - Onward - 55RT60

Details  Marrowfat pea (if dried also used for mushy or wasabi peas) that produces thick blunt pods filled with 6-8 peas.  Matures in around 75 days.  Needs to be staked to support the plants.Botanical name  Pisum sativumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40Grower name  Richard Tew

Pea - Kalverdon Monarch - 56RW61

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An excellent early variety producing heavy crops of well-filled pods.

Ideal for succession sowing to provide crops through mid-summer and autumn too, producing heavy crops over a very long season. Seed available Feb 2017

Botanical name  Pisum sativumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40Grower name  Richard Watson

Pea - Giant Alderman - 57RG62

Details  A tall climber that can get as high as 3m, has large pods and peas, The Alderman pea variety is known to date back to 1893 and was a common site in Victorian kitchen gardens. Its long-cropping time made it ideal for using fresh and any excess crops were dried, stored and used later in the year for soups, stews and other dishes. The Americans have their own version of the Alderman variety which they call the Tall Telephone in honour of Alexander Graham Bell who invented the telephone.Botanical name  Pisum sativumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40Grower name  Rick Ginders

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