Non-staking Pea Seeds (Pisum sativum)
Peas thrive in areas with extended springs and can be grown in shady locations where summers are hot.
Peas are self-pollinated, so save some of your harvest for next year's planting.
Packets contain 50-70 seeds.
We are currently offering 4 varieties of Non-staking Pea Seeds (Pisum sativum).
Bush pea. Self-supporting if mass planted. Good cover crop. Fine fresh pea. Has large tendrils that are excellent in salads. Smooth, round, cream/buff seed.
Great shelling bush pea with reliably high yields. Self-supporting plants that withstand extended summer heat.
Self-supporting bush variety that makes a fine yellow soup pea. Yields about a pound of peas per ten square feet. Creamy/tan round seed. Good cover crop pea.
Extremely popular and excellent edible-pod pea. A low growing, huge producer of sweet, crispy pods. Disease resistant. Staking can be helpful.