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Bush Pea Seeds

Bush peas are so easy to grow from seed, whether it be direct sowing when the weather has warmed up or you start them off with some heat indoors.  They are a fairly quick growing crop with exceptional flavour and packed with goodness and great if you don't have a lot of space. 

Whilst in our opinion you increase your yield if you support the plants as they grow, bush peas will grow with no support at all and yield well.

Can be eaten raw, added to salads or cooked in so many ways, what will you do with yours?


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Pea Seed 'Carouby de Mausanne' (Mange Tout)

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Don't let disappointing supermarket Mange Tout put you off! This old French variety produces large flat pods of extremely sweet flavour. Reliable in habit and very heavy cropping.
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Supplied as a packet of approximately 200 seeds.

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Pea Seed 'Douce Provence'

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An excellent bush variety from France. Produces large crops of sweet and succulent peas. Perfect for spring, summer, autumn and even over-wintering crops.
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Pea Seed 'Waverex' (Petit Pois)

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This is, we believe, the sweetest early pea of all. Heavy cropping, the pods are crammed with tiny peas - true Petit Pois.
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Supplied as a packet of approximately 200 seeds of this superb variety.

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