Peas Heirloom Seeds

Peas Heirloom Seeds are peas that will produce the same type of pea year in, and year out if the seeds are saved.

Mammoth Melting Sugar Pea

Pisum sativum var sativum Mammoth Melting Sugar (70 days) Sweet, sugary, and tender, this edibl...

Pisum sativum var sativum Mammoth Melting Sugar (70 days) Sweet, sugary, and tender, this edible pod snow pea has made its place in home gardens for many years. Wilt resistant vines can grow 5' tall and bear heavy yields. These pea pods are some of the biggest at 4-5" and making an excellent addition to stir fry. Big white flowers are a bonus as they quickly turn into tasty peas. This pea has been so successful it has been considered a commercial variety for generations. TIP Instead of bu...

$2.61 $28.88

Green Arrow Pea

Green Arrow (68 days) Hails from England and has been a gourmet variety in the EU for years. It ...

Green Arrow (68 days) Hails from England and has been a gourmet variety in the EU for years. It is a heavy yielding shelling pea providing loads of peas for fresh or canned use. Green Arrow grows 24 to 30 inches tall and has 4 to 5 inch pods, each packed with 8 to 11 petite, emerald green peas. Resists wilt and mildew. Remember peas like things cool so plant them as early as the soil can be worked. Perfect for canning. TIP Instead of building a trellis this year for your peas which cost ...

$3.14 $83.99

Little Marvel Pea

Pisum sativum var sativum Little Marvel Pea (62 days) Little Marvel was released by Sutton and S...

Pisum sativum var sativum Little Marvel Pea (62 days) Little Marvel was released by Sutton and Sons of England around 1900. However, it was first sold in the US by the J.H. Gregory Seed Co. a few years later. Little Marvel has vigorous 18-28" vines that bear sweet green 3" pods. Each pod contains 6-8 plump, luscious and sugary peas. Holds very well on the vine and stays tender/sweet even when mature. Wilt resistance. Excellent for freezing. 1952 Landreth Seed Co. says about Little Marvel.....

$2.61 $47.24

Wando Pea

Pisum sativum var sativum Wando Pea (70 days) Wando was created from crossing Laxton's Progress a...

Pisum sativum var sativum Wando Pea (70 days) Wando was created from crossing Laxton's Progress and Perfection. It was released in 1943 with much fanfare because unlike many peas it tolerates heat. Touted in the old catalogs as drought resistant compared to other peas. Not as sweet as some other varieties, but consistently performs. Reliable homestead pea. Used to sow late in the season to extend your pea harvest. Excellent type for Southern gardeners. Still performs well in cool temps. Vines...

$2.61 $26.24

Alaska Pea Seeds

Alaska Pea Seeds (50 days)   Alaska made its debut in 1881 in England as 'Earliest of All'. The f...

Alaska Pea Seeds (50 days)   Alaska made its debut in 1881 in England as 'Earliest of All'. The famed pea breeder Thomas Laxton created Alaska by crossing the peas Ringleader and Little Gem. One of the earliest and cold hardy peas we grow. Plants are 26"-36" tall. The pea pods are 2.5"-3" X .5", round, straight, containing 5-8 peas per pod. Smooth seeded. Very heavy yields. Not intensely sweet, but very tasty. Excellent emergence in cool soils. Farm Favorite for reliability.

$2.61 $124.95

Dundale Pea

Dundale Pea (89 days)  Sustainably Grown An Australian landrace pea ‘Dundale’, is said to have a ...

Dundale Pea (89 days)  Sustainably Grown An Australian landrace pea ‘Dundale’, is said to have a high success rate not only there, but in the High Plains of Eastern Wyoming and Western Nebraska where conditions can be extreme. This makes this pea one tough customer in your garden and easy for the beginner. Dundale is drought tolerant and highly adaptable to a wide range of soils. This pea is an amazing nitrogen fixer in your soil. Want to improve your soil without harmful petroleum fertilizer...

$2.61 $94.49