Garden-Shelling Peas

The sweetness of the classic shelling pea is legendary.  To stretch your harvest, plant several early and late varieties.  Plant peas as early in spring as you can work the ground.  Pods from this type of pea are not tender and edible.

  1. Pea, Blue Bantam Dwarf
    Pea, Blue Bantam Dwarf
    Burpee heirloom has flavor, earliness and yields.
    $4.95

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  2. Pea, Peas-in-a-Pot
    Pea, Peas-in-a-Pot
    Compact variety that grows well in containers and pots.
    $4.95

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  3. Pea, Masterpiece
    Pea, Masterpiece
    A triple treat sensation! Parsley-like tendrils, peas, and pod are all edible and delicious.
    $3.95

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  4. Pea, Burpeanna Early Organic
    Pea, Burpeanna Early Organic
    Extremely prolific and early and very sweet.
    $6.95

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  5. Pea, Burpeeana Early
    Pea, Burpeeana Early
    HEIRLOOM. Extremely prolific and early and very sweet.
    $4.95

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  6. Pea, Wando
    Pea, Wando
    Productive warm weather pea with cold tolerance.
    $4.95

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  7. Pea, Magnolia Blossom
    Pea, Magnolia Blossom
    Vigorous 5–8 vines produce bicolor flowers and edible tendrils.
    $5.95
    As low as $5.95

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  8. Peas, First 13
    Peas, First 13
    Robust vines produce for the first time 13 peas per pod.
    $4.95
    As low as $4.95

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  9. Pea, Purple Podded
    Pea, Purple Podded
    Clusters of deep-purple pods filled with delectable green peas.
    $6.95

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  10. Pea, Garden Sweet
    Pea, Garden Sweet
    20-30% sweeter than other peas.
    $3.95

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  11. Pea, Easy Peasy
    Pea, Easy Peasy
    A taste winner in our trials. Self-supporting plants.
    $4.95 - $12.95

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  12. Pea, Lincoln
    Pea, Lincoln
    A high-yielding variety with sweet, tender flavor.
    $3.95 - $6.95

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  13. Pea, Sugar Magnolia
    Pea, Sugar Magnolia
    A showstopper with deep-purple pods and contrasting bright-green interiors.
    $5.95

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