Peanuts

Please refer to Peanut Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: Peanuts are sold in the shell to preserve seed freshness. See variety descriptions for packet weights.

Peanuts are sold in shell. Cannot ship to California or Canada.




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Carolina Black Peanut 28 g

Carolina Black Peanut 28 g

110 days. [Introduced 1999 by SESE from seed sent by Derek Morris.] One of the varieties grown during the 1800s was the African peanut (also known as the N. Carolina peanut). It may have been a black peanut, possibly the same as ‘Carolina Black.’ According to food historian William Woys Weaver,...
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Carwile's Virginia Peanut 28 g

Carwile's Virginia Peanut 28 g

120 days. [Introduced 1989 by SESE.] Family heirloom from SW Virginia since 1910. Grown by Frank Carwile for over 75 years since he was given this peanut by a traveler when he was 8 years old. He later tried other varieties but found none with a better flavor. 2-4 seeds per pod. Plants have average...
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Carwile's Virginia Peanut 1/4 lb

Carwile's Virginia Peanut 1/4 lb

Small crop, bulk size, unavailable for 2015 120 days. [Introduced 1989 by SESE.] Family heirloom from SW Virginia since 1910. Grown by Frank Carwile for over 75 years since he was given this peanut by a traveler when he was 8 years old. He later tried other...
$8.50

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Schronce's Deep Black Peanut 28 g

Schronce's Deep Black Peanut 28 g

110 days. [Selected since 1980 by NC gardener Gordon Schronce. Seedstock sent by his son Arty.] Black peanut selected for larger seeds with darker (violet-black) skins than Carolina Black and 3-4 seeds per pod. Very productive. Gordon’s favorite way to serve these is to fry up a mix of black and...
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Schronce's Deep Black Peanut 1/4 lb

Schronce's Deep Black Peanut 1/4 lb

110 days. [Selected since 1980 by NC gardener Gordon Schronce. Seedstock sent by his son Arty.] Black peanut selected for larger seeds with darker (violet-black) skins than Carolina Black and 3-4 seeds per pod. Very productive. Gordon’s favorite way to serve these is to fry up a mix of black and...
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Schronce's Deep Black Peanut 1/2 lb

Schronce's Deep Black Peanut 1/2 lb

110 days. [Selected since 1980 by NC gardener Gordon Schronce. Seedstock sent by his son Arty.] Black peanut selected for larger seeds with darker (violet-black) skins than Carolina Black and 3-4 seeds per pod. Very productive. Gordon’s favorite way to serve these is to fry up a mix of black and...
$15.25

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Talbert Small Red Peanut 28 g

Talbert Small Red Peanut 28 g

110 days. [Family heirloom from Lincoln County, NC. Maintained by Gordon Schronce.] Small red bunching peanuts originally from a local 4-H member who was given the peanuts by her Grandfather Talbert. Her family simply called them the small, red peanut and had grown them for almost 100 years....
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Tennessee Red Valencia Peanut 28 g

Tennessee Red Valencia Peanut 28 g

(Valencia Tennessee Red) 110 days. [Pre-1930] Rich, sweet peanuts with red skins. 2-3 seeds/pod. Easy to grow without hilling, even in clay soils. An early variety for those who have trouble maturing Virginia-type peanuts. Pkt (28 g, 40 seeds)

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Tennessee Red Valencia Peanut 1/4 lb

Tennessee Red Valencia Peanut 1/4 lb

(Valencia Tennessee Red) 110 days. [Pre-1930] Rich, sweet peanuts with red skins. 2-3 seeds/pod. Easy to grow without hilling, even in clay soils. An early variety for those who have trouble maturing Virginia-type peanuts. (¼ lb = 4 oz = 114 g)

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Texas Red and White Peanut 28 g

Texas Red and White Peanut 28 g

110 days. [Peanut said to have been developed in the school colors by a Texas university for selling at football games. Seed given to Ron Thuma by friends in Andover, KS.] Seeds have lovely red-and-white streaked skins. 2-4 seeds/pod, compact 3-ft. plants grow well in heavy clay soil. Pkt (28 g, 34...
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