Hiemale Landrace Pea (Pisum sativum)


Variety of peas that have been carefully preserved by Will Bonzai, in the United States. Few varieties of peas survive from colonial times, although French settlers developed hundreds of varieties of peas in their vegetable garden, all accustomed to the climate of eastern Canada and the United States. Hence the common name of the French by the English of "Pea Soup". This variety is a landrace, which means that the peas are of various colors. They look like small pebbles straight out of a river, marbled and speckled. We honestly think these are the prettiest peas. Perfect for making jewelry. Adorable as legumes in a salad. Putting a net or stakes can help with the harvest. Very productive. RARE SHARE Peas don't like to run out of water. RARE SHARE

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  • Plant type
    • Annual
  • Quantity
    • Envelope of about 30 seeds
  • Exposure
    • Half shade
  • Shape
    • Climbing
  • Soil
    • Fresh
  • Watering
    • Regular
  • Sowing
    • Directly in the garden
  • Plantation
    • In the garden after the risk of frost
  • Days to maturity
    • 55 days fresh, 90 days dry
  • Germination
    • 10 to 15 days
  • Plant spacing
    • 8 cm
  • Row spacing
    • 40 cm
  • Depth
    • 2 cm
  • Width
    • 20 cm
  • Height
    • 75 cm to 1 m
  • Color
  • Family
    • Fabaceae

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Plant type: Annual
Quantity: Envelope of about 30 seeds
Exposure: Half shade
Shape: Climbing
Soil: Fresh
Watering: Regular
Sowing: Directly in the garden
Plantation: In the garden after the risk of frost
Days to maturity: 55 days fresh, 90 days dry
Germination: 10 to 15 days
Plant spacing: 8 cm
Row spacing: 40 cm
Depth: 2 cm
Width: 20 cm
Height: 75 cm to 1 m
Color: Green
Family: Fabaceae

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