This heirloom black-eyed pea comes from a strain of hooked, climbing peas that originated in West Africa and was brought to the US during the slave trade of the 17th century. Nitrogen-fixing covercrop, excellent forage, and beans that are good eaten fresh or dried. They love the hot, long seasons of southern gardens. The beans can be harvested and eaten as green beans when they are young and tender, or they can be allowed to mature and dry on the vine for dried southern peas.
open pollinated, untreated, NO GMO’s
Packaged for 2020