See Peas for Snap Peas, Snow Peas, and Shelling (English) Peas.
Please refer to Southern Pea Cultural Notes for growing information.
Packet: 1 oz (28g) unless stated (approx. 140-250 seeds, depending on variety) sows 30-50'.
110 days [Brought to the U.S. by slaves before the American Revolution. Clay peas were carried as rations by Confederate soldiers, while both Iron and Clay peas sustained newly freed African-Americans after the Civil War according to George Washington Carver’s 1908 Cookbook of Field Pea Recipes.] Vigorous, drought hardy plants are a great nitrogen-fixing cover crop; late maturing pods can be harvested for the kitchen or used for fodder. 6-7 in. pods, light tan seeds. (¼ lb = 4 oz = 114 g)
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 28 November, 2012.