Pea

Pea

Pea
The best thing about growing your own peas is eating them as fresh as it is possible – we love the flavour straight from the pod, our peas don’t always get as far as the kitchen!

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At 200cm these will need canes in teepees or rows. a bumper crop of large, plump, juicy and deliciously sweet peas will be your reward. Although thought of as a main crop you can sow some earlier with cloches to spread out your crop Price for 50 seeds

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This is an excellent vigorous semi leafless type for easy picking. It puts up with bad weather,yet still gives high yields of sweet tender peas. Can be sown as late as July for use in October so an excellent choice to extend your season. Price for 50 seeds
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An outstanding variety with excellent colour and flavour. It is low growing, to 60cm. From a spring sowing it is ready to pick after 11-14 weeks. It can also be autumn sown in mild areas for a very early crop. Price for 50 seeds
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Charlie is the new kid on the block, a vining maincrop pea with few leaves that grows to about 60cm tall and is largely self-supporting.  The pods often appear in triplets and you should expect a good yield of tasty medium sized rich green peas.                                                                                      

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This is a cross between Kelvedon Wonder and Meteor. It is round seeded and produces excellent crops. It can be sown November to February for a very early mouth watering crop. This is one of our top sellers. Price for 50 seeds

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Fabulous choice for early sowings, lovely and sweet. The plants grow to 90cm and they produce lots of double pods (more peas!) that can reach to 10cm in length ready to gather after about nine weeks of growing. Price for 50 seeds.

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The pods are plump and dark green and produce about 6-8 peas each. The plant grows to 60cm. Don’t worry, the seeds are supposed to be wrinkled! Prolific and scrummy. Price for 50 seeds

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We have tracked down this lovely little British heirloom pea, a spring sowing will have you picking a big crop in about 10 weeks. The plants are 60-70cm tall while the pods (doubles) are 10cm long and filled with up to 11 delicious peas. You can sow at any time from March to the end of July. Price for 50 seeds.

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This is a super variety,look forward to a high yield of very sweet peas. Growing to 75cm tall with pods high on the plant making them easy to pick. Price for 50 seeds.
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Abundant paired pods filled wit tasty dark green peas, Jaguar is vigorous, prolific and quick to harvest, ideal for successional sowings. Can be sown March-June for cropping June-September. Growing to about 65-70cm a bit of support is a good idea. Price for 50 seeds
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This old favourite has stood the test of time and has an AGM. With no need to support this dwarf variety you can look forward to excellently flavoured peas from tightly filled pods. This can also be sown as a first early. Price for 50 seeds
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Sow March onwards, every few weeks, to give you a succession of sweet tasting peas into September. The high yielding plants are compact and so only need minimal support. Price for 50 seeds
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First listed in 1908 this heirloom is still going strong: each pod packed with sweet, tender peas.  It is considered a dwarf (40-50cm but sometimes taller) and can be grown under cloches for early crops.  I love them picked and shelled as soon as the pods swell but even if left a bit longer before you find them they are still sweet.  They are gorgeous in salads but only if you stop yourself from eating them all whilst picking – if you can resist then they also freeze well.  We have picked in less than 10 weeks from sowing. 1st Early.

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The plants reach about 75-90cm tall; they produce lots of tendrils (which you can use for salads) and an avalanche of pods growing in pairs! These dark green pods can be harvested between 5cm & 15cm long for a sweet and tender harvest for salads, steaming, stir-frying and freezing. Price for 50 seeds.

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This is our favourite mangetout type. It is a very old variety producing flat pods with a very sweet flavour. Be warned, once it starts to crop you will need to pick every day. The pods grow overnight and like to hide amongst the foliage! It also has lovely purple mauve flowers. Growing to 75cm it does like support. Price for 50 seeds
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Stunning rich purple coloured pods set off against bright green plants. You must give these a chance in your garden! The plants are a very easy garden size, 90-120cm tall. First you will see lovely bicoloured flowers and then you will soon be picking the pods. I love them young in salad where they make a glossy impact. These can also be lightly sautéed or stir fried. All this and it is a British bred variety. Price for 50 seeds.

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A productive, tall growing pea with striking purple pods. It can be used in three ways: pick young as a mangetout, later on for its delicious green peas and finally it can be left to mture to give you dried peas. This makes it our most versatile variety. Price for 50 seeds
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This is a French Mangetout type with small dark green pods which have an excellent flavour. It grows to 50cm and likes a little support. Keep picking to keep the plants producing. We only have a limited supply of this variety this year. Price for 50 seeds
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Growing to 75-120cm this is a variety that needs support. In return it will give you excellent flavoured broad flat mangetout pods that are tender and crisp. Remember to keep picking and it will keep producing. Fabulous, fresh and low food miles – what more can you ask for? Price for 50 seeds
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Just what you have been waiting for, a later variety to follow on behind other mangetout. This variety is a real star, vigorous and upright and double podded. These can grow up to 10cm long. This variety is also know for its resistance to mildew should the summer turn damp. Price for 50 seeds

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This lovely early dwarf variety grows to just 35cm, making it the perfect choice for windy gardens.  It produces a good yield of the finest flavoured peas.  One of the best choices for growing pea shoots

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The seeds may not be dark but the peas are perfect! The plants are 70-90cm tall and ours are always covered with pods – lots and lots of them. And each pod is stuffed with 7-8 perfect sweet peas. This variety is happiest when not cooked by the summer sun. Price for 50 seeds.

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Look forward to a very productive crop of Petit Pois peas with a very sweet flavour. You can even add these raw to your salad. This popular variety can crop from early July to the end of September from sowing in March to June. Price for 50 seeds

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With a superb flavour this pea is always a popular variety. It has a prolific nature producing lots of 8cm long dark green pods with 6-9 plump peas in each. Growing about 35-50cm tall it only needs support in the windiest of gardens. Price for 50 seeds.
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Lovely dark green peas with a super flavour, typically 9-10 peas per pod. This is a semi leafless variety (it can make spotting the pods easier) that is low growing to 70cm Price for 50 seeds
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This lovely pea is low growing (45-55cm) and can be self supporting if grown in blocks rather than rows. Look forward to prolific double podded tasty peas from early in the season and then onwards with successional sowing. Price for 50 seeds 0.50

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