What are the pros? No problems, great taste.
What are the cons? none
I can't compare this cowpea to any other variety as I've never grown any before these but compared to what comes out of a can these are far far far better. I grew a small patch of these Clay Cowpeas in 2018 and stored them in a bowl until tonight Dec 31, 2018. I cooked a small batch in a number five iron skillet for New Year 2019 and had I known they'd of been so good I'd of never waited till now, I would of ate 'em right after harvest. They were simple to grow, only watered a few times, (water the soil not the plants as they prefer not getting the leaves wet). They were crowded in the bed I made but didn't seem to be any problem and I didn't have to do anything with them until the pods dried on the plant when I picked, shelled and stored them. The peas appeared really small in the dry stage but they plumped up good when cooked. i am very pleased with the Clay Cowpea and I can't wait till spring to get to planting more. My thanks to Baker Creek for their vast selection of seeds.
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