Comparatively small shells each contain 1-2 good-sized "goobers." The kernels are wrapped in creamy-white wrappers, very stylish and presentable. Was apparently included in a donation to USDA in 1964 from Israel's National and University Institute of Agriculture, Rehovoth, which included peanuts from all over the world. (Peanut snacks have long been particularly popular in Israel.) An exceedingly rare variety. We are offering 1 oz packs. 1 oz of this variety has about 50 seeds.
Plant peanuts in fertile soil about 1 inch deep after danger of frost has passed in spring. Keep free of weeds but do not mulch - mulch will prevent the flower peg, where the peanut develops, from penetrating the soil. Dig peanuts in about 120 to 140 days when foliage begins to yellow at the end of the growing season.