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  1. Mammoth Melting Sugar Pea

    Start a stir-fry simmering with shiitake, peppers and scallions then dash to the garden for a basketful of Mammoth Melting Sugar. A crunchy, succulent pea that forms large edible fla...

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    Mammoth Melting Sugar Pea - Packet Pisum sativum
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    Start a stir-fry simmering with shiitake, peppers and scallions then dash to the garden for a basketful of Mammoth Melting Sugar. A crunchy, succulent pea that forms large edible flat pods on tall six-foot vines. Reliable in most areas, yet prefers cooler temperatures, the vines continue to produce edible pods late in the season.
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  2. Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea - Packet

    Whether you prefer a classic pea salad with new potatoes or Pad Thai redux, there is nothing old fashioned about Dwarf Grey Sugar edible pod peas. Sturdy stout plants bear stunning ...

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    Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea - Packet Pisum sativum
    $2.50
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    Whether you prefer a classic pea salad with new potatoes or Pad Thai redux, there is nothing old fashioned about Dwarf Grey Sugar edible pod peas. Sturdy stout plants bear stunning purple flowers to grace a bouquet or garnish a plate before turning into one of the oldest cultivated peas a gardener can grow. Tall vines require staking for maximum yields.
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  3. Tom Thumb Shelling Pea

    Small is beautiful, when it comes to growing Tom Thumb, an English heirloom first introduced in the U.S. by Landreth’s Seeds in 1854.  A flavorful full-sized pea growing on a comp...

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    Tom Thumb Shelling Pea - Packet Pisum sativum
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Small is beautiful, when it comes to growing Tom Thumb, an English heirloom first introduced in the U.S. by Landreth’s Seeds in 1854.  A flavorful full-sized pea growing on a compact plant, the vines fits neatly into a large container to grow on a balcony or tucked under a taller plant.
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  4. Little Marvel Garden Pea - Packet

    Gather the family together to sit on the porch and shuck a bushel of Little Marvel Peas. These luscious, sugary peas are an unforgettable dinner. Tried and true heritage variety that...

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    Little Marvel Garden Pea - Packet Pisum sativum
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Gather the family together to sit on the porch and shuck a bushel of Little Marvel Peas. These luscious, sugary peas are an unforgettable dinner. Tried and true heritage variety that has been a Landreth’s favorite for generations, compact plants require minimal fencing to hold up the three feet tall vines. Select for high yield, and reliable bountiful harvest every time.
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  5. Alaska Garden Pea - Packet

    It should go like this: “Peter Piper picked a peck of Alaska Peas,” since these early bearing peas produce good yields of fat pods. Delicious for soups or whirred into guacamole ...

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    Alaska Garden Pea - Packet Pisum sativum
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    It should go like this: “Peter Piper picked a peck of Alaska Peas,” since these early bearing peas produce good yields of fat pods. Delicious for soups or whirred into guacamole to add a sweet accent. Rugged plants prefer cool weather. In the deep south, sow in November through the second week of January. Northern climates, sow as early as ground can be worked. Plants are relatively dwarf compared to other varieties, require 3-foot fence to stake.
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