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Needs a lot of ground and time; disease resistant. Long, fat pods like it says.
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This pea loves Illinois! (Zone 5) I planted these seeds in rows 3ft. apart without trellising. The plants became big and beautiful,and were loaded with really fat and super long pods that stand up out of the thick plants making them easy to pick. They shade the ground so well that there were no weeds to pull once the plants were mature. I put seeds in the ground May 16th. Seedlings emerged May 22nd. I was picking peas in August, and lot's of them! The peas are just beautiful! Picked fresh they're two toned, light green and a peachy-red color. The reddish color is the exact same color of the blush around the eye of the fresh picked, quick pick purple hull pea.I'll be planting this one every year! Oh,and they're delicious!
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
This pole cowpea has a good flavor and shells well, but it did not produce as well as I would like in my Arizona garden. All in all it is a good climbing cowpea, but I've grown ones that I like better in my desert garden.