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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to harvest
What are the cons? None
I've grown these peas for many years. I grow on a trellis, and they are very productive and easy to pick. For those of you who are complaining about the pods not being tasty, these are 'garden' peas, not snow or snap peas. The pods of garden (or shelling) peas are not meant to be eaten!
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4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Sweet good raw
What are the cons? Doesn't grow year round.
Absolutely love this pea. Super easy to grow and incredibly tasty raw. Never makes it inside to be cooked.
11 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Extended yeilds
I decided to try growing Tall Telephone three years ago and have grown them ever since. Depending on the year and weather conditions, these plants tend to produce many pods over an extended harvest and sometimes produce until August! They have a sweet flavor and are a good choice for the garden. I highly recommend these.
13 out of 14 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? availability, great taste
What are the cons? none
I grew these tall telephone peas in my garden 30 years ago and was so thrilled to find them again! I used to call them telephone pole peas...they grew well over six feet tall when I was a kid. They are now sprouting in my current garden. I do not know how well they will do here in the desert (my childhood gardens were in the northwest) but I have grown many standard varieties and they do alright. With an early start and aggressive watering, I am anticipating a great turnout, and get to share this with my kids now! Grateful you offer them!
18 out of 18 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Delicious and plentiful
These guys took a while to get going, but once they finally did they kept going and going. I had a whole package of seed, about 12 feet worth, and was picking about 5 pounds a week for over 6 weeks. I usually grow peas in the same spot as squash or pumpkins since they are short season, but these peas really started to compete as the squash vines were starting to set fruits. As soon as we had a hot spell in the 90's they suddenly quit on me. I was secretly relieved. Very delicious peas and they seem to freeze well.