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Peas or legumes are good to grow for all gardeners. They are a good source of fiber and needed in our daily lives and are sometimes more difficult to find fresh in the supermarket! So growing legumes is a wise move when you are crunching the budget. HRSeeds.com offers you a good variety of legumes to choose from. Asparagus Pea, French Lentil, Austrian Feild Pea, Desiree Dwarf Blauwschokers Garden Pea, Spring pea, Survivor pea, Thomas Laxton pea, Wando pea, Garden Sweet pea, Mr. Big pea, Early Perfection pea, Maestro pea, Lincoln pea, Little Marvel pea, Misty Shell pea, Snow Peas, Snowbird pea, Gray Sugar pea, Sugar Daddy pea, Oregon Sugar Pods pea, Mammoth Melting Sugar pea, Avalanche pea, Snap Peas, Sugar Bon pea, Sugar Snap pea, Super Snappy pea, Super Sugar Snap VP pea, Sugar Ann pea, tall telephone peas, Pisum sativum, Alaska pea, Tom Thumb pea,  Half Pint pea, Kelvedon Wonder pea, Homesteader pea, Miragreen pea, Green Arrow pea, Recruit pea, Alderman pea, Field peas, legumes, English Peas, Southern Peas, Garden Peas, Harvesting Garden Peas, types of peas, tall pea varieties, sweet peas vegetable, sweet peas vegetable nutrition, green peas nutrition facts, yellow peas are just some of the legumes we will offer from time to time. We soon plan to offer plant starts in spring to many of these varieties once we can expand our greenhouses and gardens.

Peas or legumes are good to grow for all gardeners. They are a good source of fiber and needed in our daily lives and are sometimes more difficult to find fresh in the supermarket! So growing legumes is a wise move when you are crunching the budget. HRSeeds.com offers you a good variety of legumes to choose from. Asparagus Pea, French Lentil, Austrian Feild Pea, Desiree Dwarf Blauwschokers Garden Pea, Spring pea, Survivor pea, Thomas Laxton pea, Wando pea, Garden Sweet pea, Mr. Big pea, Early Perfection pea, Maestro pea, Lincoln pea, Little Marvel pea, Misty Shell pea, Snow Peas, Snowbird pea, Gray Sugar pea, Sugar Daddy pea, Oregon Sugar Pods pea, Mammoth Melting Sugar pea, Avalanche pea, Snap Peas, Sugar Bon pea, Sugar Snap pea, Super Snappy pea, Super Sugar Snap VP pea, Sugar Ann pea, tall telephone peas, Pisum sativum, Alaska pea, Tom Thumb pea,  Half Pint pea, Kelvedon Wonder pea, Homesteader pea, Miragreen pea, Green Arrow pea, Recruit pea, Alderman pea, Field peas, legumes, Engl
Peas or legumes are good to grow for all gardeners. They are a good source of fiber and needed in our daily lives and are sometimes more difficult to find fresh in the supermarket! So growing legumes is a wise move when you are crunching the budget. HRSeeds.com offers you a good variety of legumes to choose from. Asparagus Pea, French Lentil, Austrian Feild Pea, Desiree Dwarf Blauwschokers Garden Pea, Spring pea, Survivor pea, Thomas Laxton pea, Wando pea, Garden Sweet pea, Mr. Big pea, Early Perfection pea, Maestro pea, Lincoln pea, Little Marvel pea, Misty Shell pea, Snow Peas, Snowbird pea, Gray Sugar pea, Sugar Daddy pea, Oregon Sugar Pods pea, Mammoth Melting Sugar pea, Avalanche pea, Snap Peas, Sugar Bon pea, Sugar Snap pea, Super Snappy pea, Super Sugar Snap VP pea, Sugar Ann pea, tall telephone peas, Pisum sativum, Alaska pea, Tom Thumb pea,  Half Pint pea, Kelvedon Wonder pea, Homesteader pea, Miragreen pea, Green Arrow pea, Recruit pea, Alderman pea, Field peas, legumes, Engl
Here is the Little Marvel Pea, Pisum sativum. This is a mid to late season type pea and is a heavy producer. They are prolific and bushy plants that only grow to 24 to 36 inches tall with pods about 3.5 inches long. This old heirloom variety was first introduced in the early 1900s by Sutton and Sons of Reading, England. It is more or less a determinate type so once they put out all their pods the plant will die off. This variety is good for freah eating with the pod when young. We found them to make a great pea soup but also good in stir fry. Open pollinated 55 to 61 days from sprouting.
Here is the Sugar Daddy Pea, Pisum sativum. This is a mid to late season type pea and is a good producer. They are prolific and bushy plants that only grow to 30 to 40 inches tall with pods about 3 inches long. This variety was developed by Dr. Calvin Lamborn and is an improved version of the Sugar Snap pea. This stringless variety is good for freah eating with the pod when young. We found them to make a great pea soup but also good in stir fry. Open pollinated 60 to 71 days from sprouting.

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