I didn't find these to be any later than my other peas, except maybe by a day or two that could've just been the fact that I planted them a little later. Instead of 2 to a node for a little while until the weather gets warm, and slowing down, they just speed up. I've seen as many as SIX to a node. They produce like cherry tomatoes, and they taste WONDERFUL. They're not starchy or stringy, and the developed peas inside are very tasty. I've never had them cooked because even though they're on my deck, they've never made it to the kitchen. The flowers are also absolutely stunning. They don't slow down when you leave the first pods on for seed production, either, which I've seen with nearly every other pea. Pods can get up to 8" long.
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