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Bush Shelling

Grown for their tender, sweet immature seeds, shelling peas are what we all think of when we hear the term peas.  

  • Alaska Extra Early Pea

    Alaska Extra Early Pea

    50 days.  One of the first peas to produce, this is a great choice for those with a short spring.  They are also a very col-hardy variety and can be planted in January to February in the South.  With their speed to harvest and early...

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  • Green Arrow Pea

    Green Arrow Pea

    65-70 day.    A British shelling pea with a bush growing habit.  It produces long, thin pods with 9 to 11 sweet peas.  A little later than some of the others, with tender, crisp and mildly sweet peas.    Minimum of 40...

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  • Green Arrow Pea - Organic

    Green Arrow Pea - Organic

    65-70 day.    A British shelling pea with a bush growing habit.  It produces long, thin pods with 9 to 11 sweet peas.  A little later than some of the others, with tender, crisp and mildly sweet peas.    Minimum of 40...

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  • Lincoln Pea Lincoln Pea

    Lincoln Pea

    65-70 day.  My favorite shelling pea.  Lincoln has straight pods filled with tender, sweet peas.  One of the sweetest peas I've raised.  It has a nice, bush growing habit, high yields, with easy to harvest peas.  An...

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  • Little Marvel Pea Little Marvel Pea

    Little Marvel Pea

    59-63 day.  An excellent, all purpose, bush variety pea.  It grows up to 30 inches tall and produces high yields of tender, sweet shelling peas.  Good for fresh eating, canning or freezing.    Minimum of 80 seeds per...

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  • Wando Pea Wando Pea

    Wando Pea

    68 days.  An excellent spring pea, it germinates well in the cold and is the most heat tolerant of the shelling peas.  A great choice for those with short springs, who need to have a more heat tolerant pea.   Minimum of 80 seeds per...

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