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Pea Little Marvel
Little Marvel is a tender, sweet and juicy shell pea, which is why it's a popular variety with the home gardener. Peas need 8-10 hours of sun for full production. Since they will be planted very early, a soil in a part of the garden that drains well and d
$1.55
$1.47
Quantity: Approx. 70 seeds
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Pea Sugar Snap

A winner of the All-American Selection Committee's Gold Medal award, this pea has also been called the "vegetable of the century" - just two of the reasons for growing the Sugar Snap Pea! Pick the pods young when tender and crisp. Eat whole

$1.55
$1.47
Quantity: Approx. 50 seeds
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Little Marvel Pea
Little Marvel is a tender, sweet, and juicy shell pea, which is why it is a popular variety with the home gardener. Peas need 8 to 10 hours of sun for full production. Since they will be planted very early, a soil in a part of the garden that drains well
$1.79
$1.70
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Organic Oregon Sugar Pea Pod

This edible-pod variety makes a great choice for adding crunch to stir-fry and salads. Plant exhibits vigorous growth and disease resistance. Fun for the family to grow! Plant when soil warms in the spring.

Grow organic in your garden

$2.59
$2.46
Quantity: Approx. 20 seeds

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