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Pea - Early Alaska (30 seeds)

Alaska (30 seeds)

1880 - This variety was named after a steamship that held the Transatlantic speed record back in the 1800's. Three feet tall plants produce loads of 2-3 inch pods that have several small green peas. Good flavor for canning and soups.

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Pea - Green Arrow (30 seeds)

Long pods of 6-7 peas with a great sweet flavor. Sturdy plants produce great yields.

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Pea - Lincoln (50 seeds)

Lincoln (50 seeds)

These peas withstand heat and wilt very well.  6-9 peas per pod.  Great for freezing. 

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Pea - Little Marvel (50 seeds)

Little Marvel (50 seeds)

1908 - Thick dwarf bushes produce a good crop of 3-4 inch pods with dark green peas. Wilt resistant.

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Pea - Sutton's Harbinger (30 seeds)

This variety won the Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1901.  Very early with heavy yields.  Plants are 2-1/2 to 3' tall.  55-60 days.

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Pea - Thomas Laxton (50 seeds) Limit of 5

Thomas Laxton (50 seeds)

From 1900 - Named after a famous Pea breeder. Three foot plants produce heavy crops of 4-5 long pods with 7-9 peas in each! Reliable and super sweet!!Good wilt resistance.  55-60 days

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Pea - Wando (50 seeds)

Wando (50 seeds)

Two foot tall plants have bush habit and do not require a trellis. Plants bear loads of  3” long pods with 7-9 dark green peas each.  68 days

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