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Bounty Pea

A late maturing vigorous mildew resistant variety. Vines about 1.5m by 1.5m spread. The pods contain six to eight large peas. Sow in early to late Spring 1cm deep in rows keep moist, add lime if your sol is acid feed with COF throughout the growing season.

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Greenfeast Pea

A fine flavoured selection of home garden pea which produces over a long period. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Hadspen Pea

A bush type pea with purple flowers developed at the Cressy research station over a few years, this type grows to 0.5m on strong self supporting single stems that support several peas, early variety. Can also be used as a Spring green manure. A sweet mange tout/ snow pea type not a main crop as the seeds will be dry and tasteless at this stage.

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Mammoth Snow Pea

Climbing or trailing variety, can use trellis. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Massey Gem Pea

A fine flavoured selection of home garden pea which produces over a long period. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Meteor Pea

An early maturing variety plentiful 8cm long pods with 6 sweet tasting peas resembling petit pois. Small spreading plant, 45cm by 45cm suitable for containers. Sow individually 1cm deep 35cm apart or three in a 250mm container in early Spring. Keep moist, and lime if your soil is acidic Feed COF three times throughout the growing season.

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Onward Pea

A fine flavoured, mid maturing variety of pea. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Oregon Snow Pea

Very large, sweet pods. The plant is approx. 1.5 metres tall. Needs trellis. Plant is resistant to powdery mildew. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Purple Podded Pea

A beautiful red wine coloured snow pea, abundant peas early maturing throughout November. Suitable for containers grows about 40cm by 40cm. Sow seeds individually 1cm deep 35 cm apart or three in a 250mm container in early Spring. Keep moist and lime if your soil is acidic. Feed with COF three times throughout the growing season.

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Sugar Snap Pea

Dwarf snap pea, sweet, crisp round pods. Does not need support. Pick the pods young because as they get older strings develop which need to be removed before cooking. Sow 2.5cm apart, and 3cm deep in rows 45cm apart. Sow late Winter to mid Spring . Soil must be well drained.

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Telephone Pea

A fine flavoured variety of climbing pea which needs a trellis. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Twinkie Pea

Very early maturing variety, very small plant 40cm by 40cm suitable for containers very productive with small 6cm pods containing four to six very sweet peas resembling petit pois. Sow in early Spring individually 1cm deep or three in a 250mm container feed with COF three times throughout the growing season.

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Willow Pea

A fine flavoured variety of climbing pea which needs a trellis. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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